Schools reopening: Here’s how Maryland jurisdictions are planning for the fall amid the coronavirus pandemic
Maryland’s state schools superintendent announced on July 22 that schools should set a goal of returning students to classrooms by the end of the year, but allowed districts to make their own decision on virtual versus in-person instruction when fall classes begin.
School systems can choose to implement a more restrictive recovery plan than the state’s, but the driving goal should be returning students to in-person instruction, Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon said. School systems have until Aug. 14 to develop and submit education and recovery plans to the Maryland State Board of Education for review.
Source: Baltimore Sun