Some NJ school districts fight to keep in-person instruction

As the number of COVID-19 cases among the general public has grown, so too has the number of schools moving to fully remote learning, 246 districts as of late Wednesday.

Despite risk levels shifting higher, Gov. Phil Murphy says he’s not ready to enforce a statewide school shutdown. That’s good news to some districts that are fighting to keep teaching their students in-person, especially those in earlier grades. Correspondent Joanna Gagis has the story.

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