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COVID-19 prompts WA public school changes

SBS Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
A combination of in-person attendance and distance education is the likely path for WA public schools in term two, in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
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School closures due to COVID-19 have prompted schools to transition to online learning. Brent Yeager, assistant superintendent of learning services at Olathe Public Schools, said some lessons will be online and interactive with staff members while others will consist of packet learning.

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