School officials are considering either a hybrid or full remote model of learning for the reopening of school this fall.Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
But while school officials considered how students could return under a hybrid model, some teachers said they were more comfortable with full remote learning, and that instruction will be dramatically different if students return in the fall.
Four instructional learning models were discussed during Tuesday’s School Committee meeting - returning without restrictions, in-person learning with new safety requirements, a hybrid model and remote learning. Superintendent Sara Ahern said officials are leaning toward either the hybrid or remote models.
“In-person (learning), I think, we’re ruling out,” she said.
My notes from the meeting:
Here is the link for the Reopen Plan for the schools
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