A hybrid model in which students learn part of the time at school and part of the time at home is emerging as the likeliest approach to reopening schools in the fall. Scott Muri, superintendent of a Texas district, said flexibility will be key to reopening, while Sharon Contreras, superintendent of a district in North Carolina, said hybrid models will not address the equity issues that emerged during remote learning.
Hybrid model could be key to reopening schools
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