Though most parents and staff have signaled a preference for virtual education in the 2020-2021 school year, Clayton County Superintendent Morcease Beasley said Monday he hopes students will eventually be able to have in-class instruction.
The district leader said having in-class instruction would track with expectations from Gov. Brian Kemp and President Trump.
“While we may start virtually, our goal is face-to-face ASAP,” Beasley said in a tweet early Monday.
Today @BrianKempGA@SuptWoods@GaDPH shared local control, flexibility, community support, use public health advisories with best option being that of children in school when safe. Clayton’s plan aligns with guidance. While we may start virtually, our goal is face-to-face ASAP.