Bill Summary for H 90 (2021-2022)

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Mar 9 2021

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House Bill 90 (Local) Filed Tuesday, February 16, 2021
AN ACT TO PROVIDE IN-PERSON LEARNING FOR STUDENTS IN CERTAIN LOCAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS.
Intro. by McElraft.

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House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition. Deletes five of the whereas clauses. Amends the scope of the act so that: (1) it is no longer applicable to Asheboro City Schools and Randolph County Schools; (2) it is now also applicable to Beaufort County Schools, Brunswick County Schools, Burke County Schools, Cleveland County Schools, Craven County Schools, Granville County Schools, Jones County Schools, Madison County Schools, McDowell County Schools, Mitchell County Schools, and Onslow County Schools. Adds that the in-person instruction to K-12 students is to be full-time and for five days a week. Deletes the provisions that specified instruction had to be under Plan A and required implementation of the plan according to the StrongSchoolsNC Public Health Toolkit (K-12) and that encouraged specified social distancing. Deletes the provision that gave local boards flexibility in making day-to-day decisions regarding shifting individual schools or classrooms from in-person instruction to remote instruction due to COVID-19 exposures resulting in insufficient school personnel or required student quarantines; makes conforming deletions. Makes conforming changes to the act's long title.

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