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School Districts' Reopening Plans: A Snapshot

" The Education Week news site created a list showing the education model some districts from around the country will use when they start the 2020-2021 school year.
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The Education Week news site is tracking the reopening plans for school districts from around the country. They have created a list showing the education model some of these districts will use when they start the 2020-2021 school year. The list is not comprehensive but provides a broad snapshot indicating the model these districts are choosing -- remote learning only, a hybrid/partial model, full in-person education, or if they're undecided. The Education Week list provides the last verified information available and due to the rapidly changing situation, may not reflect the most current status.

You can see the table here.

School Districts’ Reopening Plans: A Snapshot (2020, July 15). Education Week. Retrieved July 23, 2020, from the link above.




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