Educators around the country are looking ahead to next fall, with most districts planning to bring students back in the building full-time. But many districts aren’t ditching virtual learning entirely. Flora Reichanadter, the superintendent of schools at the Metropolitan School District of Pike Township in Indianapolis, plans to allow distance learning. She joins Amna Nawaz to discuss that choice.
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