“The continued tweaking of our school reentry guidelines from day to day does not instill confidence in the system or in the leaders making the decisions."
I can't follow this either
Fayette, which hadn't yet been able to start classroom instruction, plans to start Thursday and Friday.

"We made our decision, particularly because we had an opportunity to get our students in front of us," said Fayette Superintendent Gary Hough.
That would at least give the school system a couple of days to work with students face-to-face on snags with remote learning

"A lot of our them have struggled with technology and how to use the learning platform," Hough said.
"This gives us an opportunity on Thursday and Friday no matter what the coloration turns Saturday to expose them to that platform where we have teachers present to help and assist them. Our number one reason was the academic issues we'd heard."
So that about sums it up. A county that just wants a couple of days in person with students to try to help them through technology issues -- with a likely switch right back to remote

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