Twin Cities School Districts Are Increasing In-Person Learning

While hundreds of schools in the state have had at least one case of COVID-19, some districts are moving from distance learning into at least some form of in-person learning. 

Many of the largest school districts in Minnesota began the year with all distance learning, but are making efforts to bring students back into the classroom over the next few weeks. 

Mounds View and North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale school districts this week began welcoming at least some students to school buildings for in-person/hybrid learning,the Pioneer Press said


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