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DPI guidance: Smaller classes, remote learning options, face masks, and social justice

Way: LUHS goal is for five-day a week in-person return to school


June 26, 2020 by Richard Moore


With a variety of scenarios, examples, and models, the state Department of Public Instruction (DPI) issued this week its guidance for schools to re-open for the fall semester, but no matter which model or hybrid is implemented, the state’s schools won’t look the same in the DPI’s vision.

The guidance also contains a healthy dose of social justice politics — one recommendation is to abolish library fines because handling money is unsafe and the fines are a form of social inequity — an...

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