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Questions surround funding as Michigan school districts go to remote-learning

DETROIT – The path to get Michigan children back to school either in-person or remotely continues to become more complicated.

Ann Arbor Public Schools have become the latest to announce it plans to do remote learning.

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Detroit Public Schools Community District superintendent Nikolai Vitti said the Michigan legislature has no intention to fund that option or allow it unless it’s done privately.

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