Reminder: School districts must post their distance learning plans on their website by March 27

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Friday, March 27, is the deadline for public school districts to post distance learning plans to their website.

From the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE): The expectation is that school districts and charter schools will post their distance learning plans to their website by Friday, March 27, which is the last weekday before March 30, 2020. The purpose is to allow families time to review before beginning on March 30, and sufficient time must be allowed. However, you are encouraged to keep your communities informed as you go about any relevant or timely information.

Please visit the MSBA COVID-19 webpage or the MDE COVID-19 webpage to access the MDE’s current Minnesota Distance Teaching and Learning Implementation Guidance, a Distance Learning Plan Template and other valuable resources.

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