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Remote vs. Hybrid Definition
Remote vs. Hybrid Definition
Mary Batista
Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Remote Learning. Schools will remain closed, and all content will be delivered remotely, with exceptions for small in-person learning groups for students with special needs, including English learners and students with disabilities. • 

Hybrid Learning. Schools may open at either 50 percent capacity, or a greater capacity if more students can be accommodated while maintaining six feet of social distancing. Students who are not at school will engage in remote learning. School districts and charter schools have local flexibility to determine how they meet the requirements of the hybrid model.