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Newsom's school reopening plan puts tight deadlines on districts, legislature

Original post made on Jan 18, 2021

Schools would have to offer in-person learning for primary students starting Feb. 16 in order to get the full funds under the governor's budget. Lawmakers face early deadlines in February and March.

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Posted by JulieW
a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Jan 18, 2021 at 12:50 pm

JulieW is a registered user.

I don't agree that children should return to the classes. It's better to continue home education until the situation will change. There is a lot of useful resources to make studying at home more interesting and easier. I often follow this Web Link as there is a lot of useful info. For example, I've found a rhetorical analysis for my paper. In any case, it's better to wait.

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