Salem-Keizer schools not likely to open again, shift to ‘distance learning’ coming

Third-grade student Levi Black cuts out a shape during an art lesson at Salem Heights Elementary School on Oct. 18, 2019. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Students in Salem-Keizer are expected to return to class, though virtually and not in schoolhouses, after the state Monday night announced a major shift in strategy. The objective is to restart teaching while anticipating that school houses won . . .

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