by Joseph Gresser
In a 25-page report issued in mid-June, the Agency of Education (AOE) outlined measures to protect the health of students and staff when schools open for in-person education this fall. Educators around the state have been left to figure out how to put the recommended measures into place in their schools.
“We have more questions than answers,” said Principal Elaine Collins of Newport City Elementary School. “We need more clarification.”
She said the North Country Supervisory Union has established four task forces to provide information about how schools must handle transportation, curriculum, buildings and grounds, and special services.
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