Hogan calls for some in-person school learning by March 1

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Gov. Larry Hogan is calling on all Maryland school systems to make every effort to have some form of in-person classroom learning by March 1 or sooner.

Local officials have the power over opening schools. But Hogan said Thursday that he’ll do whatever he can legally to push them to do so, if they don’t reopen. Hogan says a growing consensus has emerged that there is no public health reason for county school boards to keep students out of schools.

He also pointed out that President Joe Biden has made returning children to schools a top priority.



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