DALLAS — Many districts are actively talking about how to restart school. But in the age of social distancing, what might that look like? In school? Online? Something in the middle?
After running down the leads, I think I’ve got a pretty good idea.
Kent Scribner is the superintendent of Fort Worth ISD. He says, in order to keep kids six feet apart from each other, classroom capacity will be cut in half. A room that held 25 last year will hold 12-13 kids this coming year.
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