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Across state, districts migrate to online

Schools try to get through the holidays

 

December 4, 2020

Jack Slater

This is an online interface physics students in Cloquet interacted with this week while continuing the districtwide distance learning model.

MPR News

With Covid-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations at or near record highs, roughly 60 percent of Minnesota K-12 students are currently in distance learning - more than double the rate from early October.

Many schools pivoted to remote instruction just before Thanksgiving break and plan to stay that way for at least a couple of months. St. Paul Public Schools, for example, which began the year with distance learning, won't resume any in-person instruction until at least Jan. 19, or two weeks after the end of winter break.

The timing gives space for a two-week quarantine period and...



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