Statehouse passes the bill to require a face-to-face study option, Reynolds signs

Statehouse passes the bill to require a face-to-face study option, Reynolds signs
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Both Iowa House and the Senate passed an education bill Thursday night requiring schools to offer a personal learning option during the pandemic. The bill is now going to Governor Kim Reynolds’ desk, which she is expected to sign. The bill was passed by Senate 29-18 and passed by House 59-39. Under the bill, the requirement can be waived by a Public Health Statement issued by Reynolds. It can also be waived if the Ministry of Education grants a waiver of a school with a high number of teachers quarantined due to COVID-19. The bill covers this school year, which ends June 30th. Reynolds took to Twitter to announce she plans to sign the legislation. “This legislation has just passed in the Iowa House and Senate, and I look forward to seeing it in …

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