(Cleveland, OH) - Cleveland City Schools CEO Eric Gordon participated in roundtable discussions at University Hospitals on Thursday and released the schools plan Friday for reopening this Fall.
As eight Ohio counties now move to red-status, Gordon says Cleveland schools will be remote for the first nine weeks.
The district is now planning for an eventual hybrid model with a combination of online and in-person classes. You can view the 30-page plan here.
The 30-page plan also details teachers receiving two-and-a-half weeks of digital training with weekly training throughout the first quarter.
Cleveland City schools are also planning to continue to improve internet and device access for families including distributing thousands of devices and hot spots to families throughout the county.
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