'Impossible': School boards are at heart of reopening debate


Struggling to determine whether students should return to classes. The board of trustees in suburban South Carolina, like thousands of school boards nationwide, is at the heart of the reopening debate. It's not an easy decision. There are no good solutions. They're not even close to good solutions. Elena Miller, who's the head of the school board in Rock Hill, South Carolina, with more than 17,000 students, We have been working diligently over the past four months or said on what it's going to the black One Spoon. As aboard. We've had many, many sleepless nights. The final vote. Splitting students into two groups that would each spend two days a week in classrooms. The rest of the time would be virtual learning. I'm shelling out

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