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Many ‘virtual’ students required to return face-to-face in January
Bulloch Schools look for ways to help students catch up
Brooklet Elementary School Principal Mike Yawn reports to the Board of Education on how the elementary school principals hope to address gaps in learning after virtual program students return face-to-face. - photo by AL HACKLE/Staff
Bulloch County Schools administrators have been notifying the parents of about 500 students who were in “virtual” learning-from-home programs first semester that they will be required to return to face-to-face school second semester, which begins Jan. 6.
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