MILWAUKEE, WI — Staggered start times, four-day school weeks, class rotations and smaller classroom groups are all among the recommendations Wisconsin school officials made Monday as districts across the state plan for a return to school this fall.
On Monday, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction published Education Forward, an 83-page report for Wisconsin district and school leaders to use as they plan for a return to school for the 2020-21 school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers ordered all public and private schools to close on March 18 amid the pandemic.
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