Legislature Sends Governor Bill to Provide New Summer School Option for NC Families

Raleigh, N.C. – Today, the General Assembly gave unanimous approval to legislation to create a new summer school option for students who have fallen behind due to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Specifically, House Bill 82, Summer Learning Choice for NC Families, will create a six week in-person and fully funded summer school program available to every family if they so choose. 
 

In-Person Learning Requirements Approved by North Carolina House of Representatives

The agreement goes beyond vetoed S.B. 37 to require elementary schools reopen full-time to all students under Plan A

Raleigh, N.C. – The state House of Representatives gave final legislative approval Thursday to an agreement to reopen North Carolina classrooms for students, unanimously passing a measure that goes beyond the previously vetoed Senate Bill 37 to require elementary school classrooms offer in-person instruction.

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Local School Reopening Bill Scheduled for House K-12 Committee As Governor Blocks Classroom Access

Raleigh, N.C. – Legislation to allow some local North Carolina school districts to safely reopen full-time notwithstanding the Governor’s veto of classroom access for students will be considered next week, the House Education K-12 Committee announced today.

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