I am in N Ga. I have 95 students and all of them are logging in and doing work We have to track logins and notify the counselors if students do not log in at least every other day. We then have to call parents each week if the student is missing assignments. Our system gave out over 10,000 laptops for kids to take home, and connected families with a company providing free internet service.
The first week was a disaster because no one logged in, they treated it like a vacation. We then ran reports sent information to the counselors, and started phone calls. In talking with staff at my school we all have the same response "kids that worked in the building are now working at home, kids that did not are still not working." Our system is being viewed as a success for right now but we will see how it goes. This week my daughters Middle School implemented conference calls- each day 1 subject, so they can touch base with the teacher and get a short online lesson. Many teachers are recording videos for students to use daily, some like me do not do it daily, but do it when needed.
We are all learning how to do this as we go, but I feel like this is going to impact these kids for years to come. Kids will be promoted to the next grade and possibly not have the skills needed. If they are in Algebra 1 and don't really learn these last 6 weeks of school, they are set up to fail when they enter an Algebra 2 class in the fall. Many kids are just googling answers and getting grades even when they have not learned a thing. Time will tell, how successful online is, but it may take more time than we realize to see the actual long term implications of all of these school shut downs.