Students are set to go back to face-to-face learning from 25 October under the government’s Covid plan, but not all at once
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The New South Wales government plans to implement a staggered return for schools across the state from 25 October, and schools in regional NSW could be back earlier, the premier, Gladys Berejiklian, announced on Thursday.
The Higher School Certificate exams will be delayed until 9 November and year 12 students will have greater access to their teachers in the lead-up to the critical exams.
Read the original article at The Guardian