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New Jersey schools allowed to offer virtual learning

CBS News Wednesday, 12 August 2020
As the debate to reopen schools continues to grow nationwide, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will no longer require school districts to offer in-person learning. Meg Oliver reports.
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