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Charlie Baker Says No To Going Back To Remote Learning

September 9, 2021

Will schools be going back to remote learning anytime soon?

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says that he has no plans to allow it. The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has told local and regional public school officials that so-called days of learning must take place in person and not online.

“Schools have a certain number of days baked into their calendar that they are allowed to miss and I think our view at this point is in-person learning is where we should be and where we should stay, and anybody who isn’t vaccinated who’s eligible should get vaccinated and take advantage of these clinics we’ve put up,” Baker said, according to NBC 10.


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