Emergency order: Florida brick-and-mortar schools must reopen in fall
Commissioner Richard Corcoran of Florida Department of Education signed an emergency order Monday that orders brick-and-mortar schools to reopen for the fall 2020-21 school year.
According to the emergency order, All school boards and charter school governing boards must open brick-and-mortar schools in August at least five days per week for all students. School districts and charter school governing boards must provide the full array of services that are required by law so that families who wish to educate their children in a brick-and-mortar school have the opportunity to do so.
- Further Guidance for Closing Achievement Gaps and Creating Safe Spaces for Learning
- DOE Emergency Order