State Schools Superintendent Working Toward Fall Reopening Plan

It is the question that is on the mind of many parents, teachers and kids – what will Maryland schools look like in the fall?

According to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the State Superintendent of Maryland Schools Dr. Karen Salmon will be giving the governor a potential plan for reopening schools in the fall.

In an interview on NBC’s Meet The Press, Hogan hinted at a possible hybrid plan which will feature a combination of at-home virtual learning and in-person classroom instruction to start things off this fall.

“(Salmon) has been meeting with all the local jurisdictions and with all of the top health professionals, getting all the stakeholders’ input,”

Hogan said on Meet the Press.

“We’re going to come up with a plan that is probably going to be a hybrid that talks about how we are going to provide the best education we can for our kids and do it in a safe way.”

Baltimore City and the individual counties in Maryland are also working on their options for classes this fall. All the school systems in Maryland are required to make their plans public by the middle of next month.

Source: WBAL

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