Lessons, homework are being modified as students recover from flu

Some teachers in Minnesota who are inundated with requests for homework assignments for children out sick with the H1N1 flu are developing ways to help students catch up on their schoolwork after extended absences. Some schools are reporting that as many as 20% of their students are out sick, and homework loads are being modified so as not to overwhelm students who have been absent for up to five days. Teachers are also posting lessons and assignments on blogs to supplement time spent in the classroom helping students get up to speed.

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