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Hundreds of Howard educators participate in drive-in rally to protest school system’s hybrid learning plan

February 17, 2021
At Indian Cave State Park in Nebraska, there is a small village that has been restored, one building is an old-time schoolhouse – not much to look at from the outside but well-maintained inside.

Hundreds of Howard County educators participated in a drive-in rally Tuesday evening to protest the school system’s hybrid learning plan set to begin March 1. The protest, led by the county’s teachers union, saw hundreds of cars gather at Howard High School and then drive to the Board of Education building in Ellicott City to continue the demonstration. Educators and community members who attended displayed signs on their cars that opposed the return to school buildings amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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