NJ schools prepare to reopen full-time in September

Sen. Teresa Ruiz says that every school district should be offering a summer program

Gov. Phil Murphy announced this week that schools would return to full-time, in-person instruction in September. Only a few districts in the state are still offering all-remote education and most plan to reopen in some capacity before the end of this school year.

State Sen. Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex) says that every school district should be offering some kind of summer program.

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