WFPL Louisville |
Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) superintendent Marty Pollio has announced he wants to begin the 2020-2021 school year in remote instruction. Under Pollio’s plan, students wouldn’t return to the classroom until at least October.
If Pollio’s plan is approved by the Jefferson County Board of Education at its meeting Tuesday, JCPS will join many other large urban school districts in foregoing in-person instruction. School systems in Nashville, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston and other large cities, have all opted for remote learning.