One thousand teenagers between the ages of 13 and 17 were surveyed earlier this month to see how they felt about attending school classes in-person for the incoming school year.
The survey said 66% of students are concerned about attending school in-person this fall.
The survey also revealed 26% of students said they prefer in-person learning five days a week, while 36% would like a blended schedule and 30% prefer online classes only.
More than half of all respondents rated the quality of their online classes in the spring as “fair” or “poor” and 49% of students said the quality of their education will suffer due to the pandemic.
Teens were also worried about getting sick from COVID-19, their family’s financial situation worsening and their future being negatively impacted.