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Here's what school could look like for Oklahoma students next fall


The coronavirus will change school next fall.

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has issued a series of guidelines for schools. But will we see a statewide shutdown of schools and shift to distance learning next fall like we did this spring?

“I would not anticipate that unless it is necessary for the governor to call another state of emergency,” State Superintendent for Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister said.

Local school boards will ultimately be the decision makers.

District leaders are scrambling to figure out how exactly to deal with the situation. And the summer will be a...

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