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Cooper Finally Turns Schools Back Over To School Boards...sort Of

    The North State Journal reports:

  • Gov. Roy Cooper announced today that elementary schools will have the option to reopen if the school districts vote to allow in-person instruction.
  • The announcement comes as legislative leaders called for schools to open for in-person instruction on Wednesday and a vote by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education to return some CMS students to schools in November.

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    Read the full article HERE on North State Journal.
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