Alabama K-12 schools are closed. Now what?
Mar 30, 12:00 AM
Alabama parents and teachers alike were dealt a new hand when state education officials announced Thursday that 1,400 K-12 public school buildings would not reopen this year due to continued health and safety concerns around the coronavirus pandemic. But learning must continue, Gov. Kay Ivey said, and the state’s 722,000 students would need to do school in some way other than face-to-face or in a classroom.
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