(Minneapolis, MN) — Parents who want their kids to learn from home this year need to ask their local school, not the state. Minnesota’s assistant education commissioner Stephanie Graff yesterday said the state cannot order schools to offer online classes. She says that’s a choice for individual schools. Minnesota’s governor cannot order changes to how schools operate because there’s no statewide emergency order in place. Many parents in and around Minneapolis say they’d prefer to have their kids learn from home because of the delta variant.
Parents Want More Online Learning Options, State Leaving It To Schools
By Ashley Hanley|2021-08-06T05:29:21-05:00August 6th, 2021|