Most Ohio School Districts Are Back to In-person Learning Today
OEA says there members are also worried about variants
On March 1, most Ohio schools that have been doing virtual learning will make the transition back to the classroom.
"We're going to have to do all we can to support the needs of students whose learning has been really significantly disrupted over the last year," said Ohio Education Association President Scott DiMauro. "We are very happy that K-12 school employees have been included as a priority for vaccination."
The date was set by Governor Mike DeWine for schools that chose to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to staff.
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