D.C.'s Democrat Mayor: Expect 'Virtual Learning Throughout the Semester'

D.C.'s Democrat Mayor: Expect 'Virtual Learning Throughout the Semester'


Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce that while they are “working together to keep classrooms open,” students and families can “expect … situational virtual learning throughout the semester, especially in the coming weeks.”

Bowser also admitted, “The best place for students to learn is in the classroom.”

We’re working together to keep classrooms open: pic.twitter.com/kMXaAZZk7t

— Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser) December 29, 2021

We expect that schools and classrooms will need to transition to situational virtual learning throughout the semester, especially in the coming weeks.

Our goal is to be flexible, responsive, and guided by our students’ needs. pic.twitter.com/Q63qIkorC1

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— Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser) December 29, 2021

Bowser’s announcement came as part of a

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