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Live :President Biden 100 day celebration, committed to opening most schools by the end of his first 100 days in office

 Back in December, President Biden committed to opening most schools by the end of his first 100 days are not the same everywhere.

                                    

his first 100 days, "the goal will be five days a week" classes or close to it especially for K-8 students,Joe Biden

 This makes it nearly impossible to create effective guidelines at the federal and even state levels as the pandemic progresses.joe Biden President 100 days


 In some places school authorities have faced strong opposition from the powerful teachers' unions. At first  there was confusion about how the administration was. 

                                   

When Biden pressed his administration position during a CNN town hall on Feb. 16, he made it clear that at the end of his first 100 days, "the goal will be five days a week" classes or close to it especially for K-8 students.



 There are certainly more schools offering face-to-face classes than in early 2021, but it's unclear whether most schools offer these classes five days a year. An estimate by private data tracking company Burbio says that about 65% of K-12 students attend schools that offer face-to-face lessons on a daily basis, up from 33% the week Biden took office


They are currently attending schools that offer hybrid models that have some personal instruction and less than 6% only have virtual options.Younger students are more likely to be offered face-to-face learning. 



Starting April 20, elementary and middle schools will be offering five face-to-face courses in just over half of the country's 101 largest school districts. 



Some experts say the transition to face-to-face learning could have been faster, arguing that guidelines released by the CDC in February would have made it difficult for schools to reopen. It is recommended that most students be at least 3 feet apart and be back to school for some

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