Superintendents say schools in Central Maryland unlikely to return to normal in fall

Baltimore-area public school students aren’t likely to return to in-person classes five days a week in the fall, school superintendents told state lawmakers, even though the school systems are developing a variety of options for the new school year. Several school superintendents told a legislative panel Tuesday that if the virus does not surge back in Maryland, students likely would have some in-person classes on a rotating schedule. (Balt Sun)

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