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W.Va. School Board Nixes Full-Time Remote Learning

W.Va. School Board Nixes Full-Time Remote Learning
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Board of Education voted unanimously Wednesday to prevent county school systems from opting for remote learning after Jan. 19,

19, adopted in-person instruction for West Virginia schools.” The state board also adopted new in-person instruction for West Virginia schools.Counties are encouraged to resume in-person instruction four or five days per week on Jan 19.Counties have the option to utilize blended instruction models beginning on the same date and blended models must provide each student with in-person instruction at least two days per week.

In-person instruction may consist of blended learning models for students grades 9-12.If the county is not red on the DHHR daily map on Saturday, in-person instruction will resume the following Monday.

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