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Walz: All Minnesota schools should offer at least some in-person learning by March 8

All districts should have some form of it in place by March 8


February 18, 2021

Leila Navidi, Star Tribune

Student get on buses at the end of the day at Jackson Middle School in Champlin.

All Minnesota schools should offer some form of in-person instruction by March 8, Gov. Tim Walz said Wednesday, announcing a move he characterized as "critical" for students' and families' well-being, mental health and economic stability in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Many districts have already started bringing secondary school students back to classrooms, and Walz said other middle and high schools could reopen as soon as Feb. 22.

A majority of the state's elementary schools are already providing face-to-face instruction, following an earlier pivot by state officials to prioritize in-person learning for the youngest students.


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