It’s back to school for the majority of New Jersey’s public school students, teachers and parents. While some districts are already in the swing of things, others will head back later this week. Of the more than 700 school district plans that have been approved, the Department of Education says 388 are hybrid, 238 call for all-remote learning, 69 are in-person and 28 districts have a combination of all learning types. Eighty-six district plans are still being revised, and only one school is still awaiting review. On Tuesday, Gov. Phil Murphy said the state won’t stop schools from reopening while they wait on approval, with most delays due to staffing or technical issues. Correspondent Joanna Gagis tagged along for the first day back at Raritan High School.
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