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British Columbia pushes back school start date

September 19, 2020

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Children in British Columbia will return to classrooms two days later than originally planned as part of a gradual restart to schooling, the education minister says.

Rob Fleming said earlier this week that students wouldn’t be expected back on the original date of Sept. 8 to help give administrators and teachers more time to prepare amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Staff will now meet on Sept. 8, while students will be welcomed in classrooms by Sept. 10.

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