Michigan Senate calls rare Saturday session to debate forcing school districts to offer in-person option
DETROIT – The Michigan Senate is calling a special Saturday session to tackle the debate centered around forcing school districts to offer an in-person option.
Among the topics of debate is whether schools would risk losing their funding if they don’t offer an in-person option, but that’s not a done deal.
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It will be perhaps one of Local 4 News’ most important town halls to date. As parents get ready to send their children to school, there is still a sense of confusion.
Metro Detroit parents and teachers, even some students, discuss the upcoming 2020-21 school year as districts decide whether to conduct classes virtually and/or in person.
With the school year fast approaching it may be time to rethink where your student is set up for remote learning. Children will likely be spending a chunk of time learning from home at the start of the school year.
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