UNION COUNTY, N.C. — Parents Union County have waited a long time to hear their schools plan for this fall.
School leaders came up with the plans knowing whatever was decided, it would not please everyone.
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Superintendent Andrew Houlihan said including face-to-face instruction was important for many people in the community.
In the video at the top of this webpage, education reporter Elsa Gillis spoke with Houlihan about trying to find a balance in getting students back to learning.
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