State Superintendent of Education Carmen I. Ayala declared on Friday that remote learning days will begin for schools statewide on March 31 and continue until in-person instruction can resume.
As of now, the state's stay-at-home order runs through April 7, although expectations are that schools will remain closed for the foreseeable future. The state has not lifted the mandate for 176 days of student attendance in a school year, nor the 185-day count on the school calendar.
During remote learning days, schools may implement either an e-learning plan or a remote learning . . .
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