N.J. students, teachers with health issues will have virtual school option this fall, Murphy clarifies

Gov. Phil Murphy said last week that after more than a year of upheaval because of the coronavirus pandemic, all New Jersey schools are expected to return to in-person classes when the next academic year starts and won’t be allowed to offer virtual learning, even if parents ask for it. But Murphy clarified Tuesday that students and teachers who have health issues that could put them at greater risk of a serious COVID-19 case will have a virtual option. “I did not intend to include folks who have some immunity or some other issue with their health where that could put them at risk,” the governo…

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