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Carroll County school board briefed on recovery plan for up to 6,000 students that could last 2 years, cost some $7 million

March 12, 2021

Carroll County Board of Education members were briefed about a recovery plan that will require money, staffing and collaboration. Student recovery and compensatory services at Carroll County Public Schools is expected to last between 18 months and two years. Staff created a preliminary plan for recovery between the summer of 2021-2022 and presented it to the school board Wednesday night. It includes bringing students in five days a week for three hours a day, spending about $5 million during the summer and $750,000 to $1 million each semester during the 2021-2022 school year for recovery and compensatory services.

Article Source: Carroll County Times

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