(Cleveland) - Now that about two-thirds of Ohio's Population is in counties that have a COVID-19 level of red, school superintendents and parents have to deal with it.
Many school districts across Ohio have guidelines that they follow related to COVID-19, and one of those is, when the state says your county is red, or Level 3 on the COVID-19 map, the district will do totally remote learning.
The Parma Schools, for instance, have a plan that calls for a return to totally virtual learning when Cuyahoga County goes to red, as it did on Thursday. Other school districts, that had been hoping to return to in-person learning, are sticking with virtual classes.
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