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Key  Points

     mThis s the fourith report in the School District Resporses to the COVID--19 Pandemcc
     series,        changes  that occurred in pubic school districts between AprIi 14 and
     April 24, 20.

     A bar e'>  m y of schoois (51 Derent) are now beycd the halyway point of scihuled
     clsur-----manin  t2hey are no clse  to th end of thce school year than they are to the
     datenwhc buidigs c    le

     For -he firs- time, te estimated percentage o- scIools oferini asynchronous fm of
     rernote instructior exceeded the eMoted percentage of schools offerino Instrucnonal

     Over ha   of schoos m   )st  r           line pators  to prIde remote instruction,
     which is more than dou e the share of schoois mhat rely mostly or who lY on packes or
     hard copy materials.

When  school bMildings first Closed in mid March few
ecducaton Ile aenwowlang such closueswould
last. Now that pic.ue is bcing incre asingy clear.
Nearly all state governments hVe issu, : \>ned oirdr   o nt
recomn   dationsrqu4Angacacbu lingsto reain
closed fr  the durati  of the 2019-20  academic
year due  to t.e threat of COVID.-
   in lht f1hs'e  closures, some school, such as
those in Califo rnia, have suggested that they might
extend the school year into  the suinier to mnake
up  fo lost irme I    c'a ssroomi.O     schools
hae  chosen  the opposite route, an-ouncing they
will end tire school year earLy and focus all efforts
on reopening in the fall.

   The vast majority of schools, hoer  - not
vet made decsons  oin these maters. Teir current
plan, as of Iacrte pri, is to end d  school year rem oteiy
on :he original date that W:e school: year w in as scedled
to   end In effct, the mlajority of sChools are now
beyond  the halfwypoint  of scheduled closures-----
meanthhein y   are now closer to the schiuled end
of the school year t    they  are o  the da'tre in
wich  schol  buIldings closed,
   As        senter the final leg in the acadenic
year, we  provide updated data on   the state of
Anica' schools during   the COVID- pandminic.

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