Harford County schools unveil three-phase plan for gradual return to in-person learning ahead of board meeting

Harford County Public Schools could allow more students, particularly those with greater needs, to return to buildings for “in-person activities," within the next month, as long as coronavirus health metrics stay low. A presentation posted in advance of the Board of Education’s Monday meeting laid out the rationale for bringing more students back into school buildings or, conversely, potentially scaling back operations if coronavirus cases spike. Major drivers of a return to in-person learning are the county’s weekly average positive rate and weekly average new cases rate per 100,000 people, the presentation states. (Balt Sun)

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