Atlanta Public Schools plans to bring elementary students and some with special needs back Oct. 26 if COVID-19 conditions stay the same or improve.... Teachers, parents express concern about return to class in Atlanta

Atlanta Public Schools plans to bring elementary students and some with special needs back Oct. 26 if COVID-19 conditions stay the same or improve. Students who opt for face-to-face learning will attend school four days a week and work virtually from home on Wednesdays. According to the plan, students in grades 6-12 would return Nov. 16. The district says it will use public health data to decide whether it can go ahead with the plan Oct. 16.

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