5 takeaways from Harford schools’ town hall on virtual learning, including keeping schedules close to normal

Although Harford County Public Schools are set to be fully virtual when the next school year starts in September, HCPS leaders as well as teachers and administrators are working to make an average day resemble in-person schooling as much as possible — with multiple details that still need to be finalized. “Our goal is to connect with kids every day and to connect just like they would in a traditional in-person experience,” Michael O’Brien, executive director of secondary school instruction and performance, said during a online town hall meeting Thursday evening. (Balt Sun)

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