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Georgia Governor closes K-12 public schools through April 24

NRI Pulse Staff Report

Atlanta, GA, March 26, 2020: Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued has ordered the closing of public elementary and secondary schools for in-person instruction through April 24, 2020. Students may return to school on Monday, April 27, 2020.

“I am deeply grateful to State School Superintendent Richard Woods, the Georgia Department of Education, superintendents, and parents for keeping us informed and helping us make the right decision for our students,” said Governor Kemp. 

“Throughout this process, we will continue to seek the advice of public health officials, school leaders, and families to ensure the health and safety of the educational community. As we approach April 24, 2020, we ask for continued patience and flexibility since circumstances may change, but we encourage families to stay strong and follow the guidance of federal, state, and local leaders in the weeks ahead.”

The University System of Georgia and Technical College System of Georgia will remain closed for in-person instruction through the rest of the semester since students have already transitioned to all online learning.

The move is the latest effort to contain the coronavirus, which has spread across Georgia. There are over
1525 active cases as of today, and 48 deaths.

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