We learned nothing

When the virus came, schools were closed to keep students from allowing the virus to spread.
Every morning, the students went to their computers, logged into the virtual classrooms, and took their lessons.
Back in the day, spitballs and smoking in the bathroom. Or passing notes.
These days, they chat with each other instead of paying attention to the teacher.
Play deathmatches in another window, going on adventures.
The teacher shrugs. Same shit, different platform.
He sends out material for them to read, which he knows they won’t.
The quiz score graph trends down.
While the sickness charts trend upwards.

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