Massachusetts governor wants students back in classrooms by April

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says he wants students to return to classrooms by April.

Baker, a Republican, and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley both shared their views on resuming in-person learning during a press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

“Our administration has been clear for months [that] the best place for kids is in the classroom, and today, Commissioner Riley started a process … to get more kids back into the classroom full time by phasing out remote-only learning in April,” Baker said.

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