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Should “remote” school districts in places with few COVID-19 cases be pressured to bring students back to class? State Education Commissioner Jeff Riley sent letters to 16 school districts where COVID-19 infection rates are low but students are learning remotely, asking for their plans to bring kids back to in-person classes. The commissioner threatened unresponsive districts with an audit. Andover is not on Riley’s list; the majority of students in town schools are studying under a hybrid model of in-person and remote classes. But other districts in the region are, including Amesbury and Manchester Essex. Should those and other districts be pressured to bring back their students?

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