DISTRICTS CAN CHOOSE MIX OF ONLINE, INSCHOOL CLASSES

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DISTRICTS CAN CHOOSE MIX OF ONLINE, INSCHOOL CLASSES
Missouri school districts will be allowed to have students attend every other day and learn remotely on alternating days, helping schools avoid fund penalties related to attendance.

The State Board of Education passed two emergency rules establishing hybrid instruction models for districts that want them, paving the way for districts to reopen schools, according to KCUR-FM.

Deputy Education Commissioner Kari Monsees said the new rules will allow schools to build on the contingency plans they already have for snow days and other short-term school closures.

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