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Amid three recent school shutdowns due to COVID-19, the Board of Education decided Albuquerque Public Schools students will continue remote learning through the end of the semester, with some exceptions, namely students with special needs.
The APS Board of Education voted 6 to 1 to remain in the online model for longer than initially planned. Board President David Peercy emphasized that can be revised in the future, if needed.
The board revisited its reentry strategy on Wednesday night following a discussion earlier this month in which members made it clear they weren’t fully behind a plan to start in-person classes in September.