The Pennsylvania Senate approved a bill to offset learning disruptions caused by COVID-19 by giving parents the option to allow their children to repeat a grade level for the 2021-22 school year.
Senate Bill 664, authored by Sen. Jake Coreman, R-Bellefonte, would give parents until July 15 to decide whether their child should repeat a grade level or advance to the next.
The legislation would also give parents the option to extend enrollment in special education programs. This provision would make up for specialized education that students missed due to the pandemic before they age out of the system at age […]
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