(From U.S. News) On Monday, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said he expects every school in the country to offer families in person learning, full time, five days a week at the start of the next school year. His remarks come as concerns begin mounting over whether school districts that have been slow to return all students to classrooms will have the capacity to do so at the start of the next school year. As it stands, roughly 80% of students are enrolled in schools that offer some type of in-person learning. According to the most recent federal data, 60% of fourth-grade and 69% of eighth-grade students were still enrolled in remote learning either full time or in a hybrid model.
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