DESE commissioner outlines plans to take remote hybrid learning off the table.

DESE commissioner outlines plans to take remote hybrid learning off the table.
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Elementary school students across Massachusetts could go back to school five days a week in April. This emerges from a proposal made Tuesday morning by Commissioner for Primary and Secondary Education Jeffrey Riley. Riley is expected to attend a briefing on COVID-19 and education with Governor Charlie Baker at 2 p.m. The update will be broadcast live on this page. During the morning board meeting, Riley informed the board of primary and secondary education that he would like to ask the agency to begin the process of reversing any changes to the education system that have been made in response to the coronavirus. “I will come to this board in the next week or two, ask me to authorize me to determine how best to get out of this pandemic and …

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