Georgia state leaders will not ask local schools to delay face-to-face instruction until after Labor Day. The murky proposal pushed by Gov. Brian Kemp shot... Georgia leaders won’t try to delay start of in-person school

Georgia state leaders will not ask local schools to delay face-to-face instruction until after Labor Day. The murky proposal pushed by Gov. Brian Kemp shot through the education community on Wednesday night after it was first reported by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It was unclear whether the state considered mandating or was just suggesting a later start date. No written proposal was ever publicly released and state Board of Education members barely referenced it during their regular meeting Thursday, when it might have been considered.

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