UNION COUNTY, N.C. — Currently, Union County students are in the classroom one day a week, while learning remotely during the other four days. But just 10 school days into the fall semester, the district is planning to move to two days of in-person learning, starting later this month.
The goal for all districts is to get kids back into school buildings eventually.
One board member said during Tuesday night’s meeting that there’s no substitute for face-to-face instruction, and that’s the direction Union County Schools is continuing to move in.
>> In the video at the top of this webpage, education reporter Elsa Gillis explains all the details the district is still trying to work out.
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