Parents Ask School Board To Increase In-Person Learning

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A large portion of the February 8 Board of Education meeting was devoted to questions and concerns from parents about the status of hybrid and remote learning in Livingston.

Parents asked how the Millburn school district is providing more in-person learning time — five days per week at the elementary level than Livingston, and several were critical about the Livingston district’s reliance on the township Health Department for guidance during the pandemic. Livingston has a resourcesharing agreement with Millburn, and Louis Anello is the health officer for both towns.



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