NEW JERSEY -- Gov. Phil Murphy reported on Wednesday the latest breakdown of school learning models in the state of New Jersey. 

According to the governor, 99 school districts are doing in-person instruction, 529 are offering hybrid in-person/remote instruction, 145 are doing remote instruction (including Piscataway Township Schools), and 38 are using a combination of plans across buildings

"We remain confident in the protocols in place to protect the health and safety of our schools & educational communities," Murphy said. 

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This week, Piscataway schools were set to go to the hybrid model on Monday for the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. That plan was changed during last Thursday's Board of Education meeting when Superintendent Dr. Frank Ranelli announced the district would revert to all-remote learning until January, 2021.

 

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