Remote learning gets an F if the first wave of Texas report cards is any indication. Overall, more students are failing at least one class as many turn assignments in late, if at all, and tune out virtual lessons, according to the Texas Tribune. “Districts have reported losing track of thousands of students, including some of their most vulnerable, who haven’t logged into virtual classes or responded to phone calls and door knocks. According to state leaders, schools that are open for in-person instruction have seen higher levels of enrollment than those with only virtual education,” the Texas Tribune said. The report estimated that about 3 million of the 5.5 million students in Texas public schools are not in their real-life classrooms.