Montgomery schools push toward part-time, in-person learning for fall

As Montgomery County school officials create a plan for the reopening of schools in late August, they are looking at a combination of in-class instruction and distance learning, with the choice of full-time remote education for families uncomfortable with returning to campus. By mid-July, Maryland’s largest school system will offer a more detailed plan for fall learning. Early glimmers of what is ahead emerged during a school board discussion Monday night. (Wash Post)

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