Remote Learning Days begin Tuesday for Illinois students.
The state’s new education plan for the coronavirus closures came in the form of an executive order by Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday.
During Remote Learning Days, schools can implement either an E-Learning Plan or a Remote Learning Day Plan that provides students with access to instruction and educators through whatever means possible.
The Illinois State Board of Education said it expects all schools to follow the recommendations, but offered flexibility, recognizing that many districts may lack the technology to offer remote learning plans.