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飞艇计划app开奖COLUMBUS – When students return to the classroom this fall, school could look very different. 

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Tuesday that schools were considering different options for keeping students apart and limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

One scenario: Some students would attend classes in person for two days then another group would attend in-person classes on two different days.

“I’m not saying that’s where we end up," DeWine said. “My recommendation to schools is to look at different options. Come up with what is unique to you.”

飞艇计划app开奖The Ohio Department of Education has a working group looking at different alternatives to keep students safe, ranging from building configurations to busing and scheduling. 

DeWine canceled in-person classes through the end of this school year, leaving teachers to educate students online and with take-home packets. The class of 2020 had to forgo normal graduation ceremonies. 

“I think everyone would like to schools back in session in August," DeWine said. 

On Tuesday, DeWine announced a $355 million cut to schools' budgets and other education programs as part of the effort to plug a nearly $777 million shortfall in the state's budget. 

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