Some N.J. districts giving students a virtual option. Is that allowed?

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A school district in Essex County is taking a page out of the spring 2021 handbook by once again offering parents the choice of either in-person instruction or remote learning — this time temporarily as COVID-19 cases surge. Parents concerned about the rising COVID cases in Bloomfield Public Schools were given the option of voluntary remote instruction model offered by the district and now it’s been extended through the end of the month, school officials announced Wednesday. “As we continue to give careful consideration to the Local, State and National COVID-19 trends, we would like to extend …

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