Concerns raised ahead of expected return of in-per

2022-04-05
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Concerns raised ahead of expected return of in-person learning for Calgary's Grade 7-12 students - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

CALGARY —
As the list of outbreaks in Alberta schools continues to grow, some are questioning whether school boards should have Grade 7 to 12 students return to in-person learning next week:1618606802243,.

The province announced Tuesday that 712 schools — 29 per cent of schools in Alberta — are on watch or outbreak status, a significant jump from the 453 schools reported on April 14.

On that dayve seen tour activity pick up significantly,, Alberta Education approved the requests of the Calgary Board of Education and Calgary Catholic School District to temporarily shift Grade 7 through 12 students to at-home learning for two weeks.

CBE officials confirm they are currently in talks with Alberta Education regarding classroom statusf6d92c36-34c2-4fea-b7bf-94d87577d25e.

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