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CPS board member says full week, in-person classes for students not out of question

WLWT Cincinnati |

Days after Cincinnati public school board members voted to limit in-person class time for students to two and three days a week, board Vice President Ryan Messer said Monday there’s talk of creating more socially-distanced spaces where kids can learn, more often.

“Leveraging some community spaces, rec centers and other spaces throughout the community — that would give us the opportunity to expand beyond our classroom walls,” Messer said.