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Baltimore-area school systems won’t immediately adopt new federal, state spacing recommendations

The change could mean schools have more students in-person at one time, potentially allowing students to attend in-person classes five days a week. Many Maryland students only attend in-person a couple days a week and are online the other days, allowing districts to meet spacing recommendations by limiting capacity and rotating in-person students.

Source: The Baltimore Sun County News

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