LIST: Which Knox County schools are shifting to virtual learning due to COVID-19

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — As COVID-19 cases continue to rise and student, as well as staff attendance decreases, Knox County Schools has announced that students within those schools will shift from in-person instruction and learn virtually.

Earlier this year, the Knox County Schools Board of Education passed its 1:1 initiative to provide every Knox County Schools student a Chromebook for distance or virtual learning, which was made possible due to CARES Act funding. Teachers and students have received training for using online communications and platforms geared toward virtual learning and instruction.

Ahead of the start of the school year and in late October, Knox County Schools offered families to choose between sending their children to school either in-person or virtually.

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