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Discussion on in-person learning and COVID-19 response and testing.   English attendee link: https://bit.ly/CommunityInfoSession   Spanish attendee link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86879931380   Question submission form: https://bit.ly/QuestionsforJanuary27
The next school board meeting is Jan 25, 2022 at 5:00pm. This meeting will be held on a conference call at +14439611488 Conference ID: # 992 361 076. Or you can watch it on YouTube: City Schools TV. Click here for the agenda. To sign up for public comment... Up to 10 members of the public may register to speak. Members of the public can send can an e-mail of no longer than 400 words
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“Had the district chosen to follow the BTU’s plan, we would already know more fully who is positive, be ready to return in person, wouldn’t have needlessly spread the virus and would have given parents time to plan,” Brown said. In a sign of the growing difficulty of keeping schools open, more than a third of Baltimore City schools will switch to online learning Monday after test results that came in over the weekend showing
“A school-by-school, wait-and-see approach creates crises in schools and confusion across the district,” BTU president Diamonté Brown said at the time. Back in December, when the Baltimore Teachers Union asked for five days of virtual learning in January to better prepare for the surging omicron variant, there were already two dozen schools operating virtually due to virus outbreaks. “A school-by-school, wait-and-see approach creates crises in schools and confusion across the district,” BTU president Diamonté Brown