Reopening Schools: Here Are Some Districts’ Plans for the Fall

We’re smack in the middle of July. Coronavirus cases, as of today, are rising in 39 states. Schools face intense—and divisive—pressure to say how they will provide learning this fall.

A growing number of school systems are releasing their plans with Los Angeles Unified and San Diego Unified—two of the biggest—announcing Monday that they will start 2020-21 in full remote learning.

Education Week is collecting reopening plans from districts as they are announced. Reopening plans can take many forms, but for simplicity, we have organized them into 3 main categories: remote learning only; full, in-person instruction available to all students, and hybrid (combo of remote/in-person). Here’s a sampling from across the country of how school districts will reopen…

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