Gov. Phil Murphy warned that this school year would be unusual and a challenge, no matter the method for learning. Roughly one month into the academic calendar, some parents are reevaluating their kids’ remote, in-person and hybrid plans. Concerns range from students falling behind, to the amount of aid needed to fully execute an at-home learning model. Correspondent Joanna Gagis has the story.
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