Kalamazoo Public Schools announces remote learning plan

KPS will give assignments and offer online learning.

Kalamazoo Public Schools (KPS) announced Tuesday they have plans for providing education to students through the end of the school year.

Offerings will include work packets, online assignments, remote classes, and virtual office hours. Students will not be given grades, but instead will be given credits for classes students complete.

KPS is relying on teachers to reach out to students and parents to explain how they will conduct their classes.

You can read the full announcement and details at KPS.

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