Many parents are asking themselves, “What will school be like in 2021?,” and Richard Corcoran, Florida’s Education Commissioner, is working on the answer.
A plan to extend the current Emergency Order and remote learning options for schools into 2021 is in the works after a State Board of Education meeting in Tallahassee on Wednesday, November 18. The plan has yet to be announced but is expected soon, as reported by Bay News 9.
“Corcoran says the state will soon be coming out with a new emergency order that will offer ‘full parental choice’ for school next semester,” according to the Alachua County Public Schools (ACPS) Facebook page. “No specifics yet on what that will mean, but the new order is supposed to come out before the end of the month, possibly before Thanksgiving.”
Click here for more information from Bay News 9. And stay tuned in to the ACPS Facebook page for updates.
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