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States with Hybrid Schooling



Hawaii’s Department of Education committed to begin school on Aug. 4 with a mix of in-person and distance learning.

New Jersey

The New Jersey Department of Education is requiring each school district to offer some form of in-person instruction this fall, although they can pursue a hybrid model.

New Mexico

New Mexico’s Public Education Department is calling on schools to begin the year in a hybrid model, with classrooms not exceeding 50 percent capacity.

North Carolina

Gov. Roy Cooper (D) announced schools will return in August with a hybrid model of learning. While Cooper is allowing school districts to operate online-only if they choose, they will not be allowed to have all students in-person every day.

South Carolina

All South Carolina schools must offer the option for students to attend classes in person, though hybrid models are acceptable, according to state guidance issued July 17. 

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