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HYDE, ENGLAND - JULY 16: Spare face masks are seen on a teachers desk as a classroom is set out for social distancing at Longdendale High School on July 16, 2020 in Hyde, England. The Government plan to spend GBP 1 billion to help pupils catch up with their education before September after spending months out of school during the coronavirus lockdown. (Photo by Anthony Devlin/Getty Images)

Starting Thursday, October 22, all students in the Boston Public Schools system will return to remote-only learning, the Boston Globe reports.

 

This decision is being made in the wake of Boston’s coronavirus positivity rate rising to 5.7 percent last week, up from 4.4 percent and 4.1 percent the two previous weeks. When the positivity rate drops below 5 percent for two straight weeks, in-person learning will resume for high-needs students in an opt-in capacity.

 

Read the rest of the Globe piece here.