OEA Weighs in on March 1 Return to In-person Learning
Much debate exists over the move
In less than a week, most schools that have been doing virtual learning will make the transition back to the classroom, now that most teachers have their first dose of the vaccine.
The vast majority of schools in Ohio are already doing some form of in-person or hybrid learning, with just nine districts, including Dayton Public Schools, still online.
Now that most staff have the vaccine, parents and the Ohio Education Association (OEA) agree that schools can move to in-person. "They've missed out on so much; it's not fair to them," said one parent.
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