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A new website has been created to show how school districts across the U.S. are tackling one of the biggest challenges in education: reopening classrooms during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The Return to Learn Tracker – a joint venture between the American Enterprise Institute and Davidson College – is monitoring more than 8,000 public school districts as to whether they are operating with full in-person, hybrid or remote-only instruction. 

As of mid-March, Florida leads the nation with 100% of its districts operating fully in-person, followed by Georgia with 86.1% and Nebraska with 81.7%, the data shows. 

More in-person learning is happening in Florida compared to any other state in the U.S., the data shows. (Fox News)

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Overall, states across the South and Southeast are offering the most full-time, in-person learning. 

Hawaii leads the hybrid category with all of its districts operating in that capacity, followed by North Carolina with 96.5% and Massachusetts with 92.7%.

Nearly all districts being tracked in states like North Carolina are operating in a hybrid model. (Fox News)

Nearly all districts being tracked in states like North Carolina are operating in a hybrid model. (Fox News)

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The state taking the most cautious approach to reopening is California, with 44.7% of its districts operating remote-only, according to the data. It is followed by Arizona with 27.6% and New Mexico with 24.1%. 

California has more districts operating remote-only than any other state in the U.S., the data shows. (Fox News)

California has more districts operating remote-only than any other state in the U.S., the data shows. (Fox News)

Nationwide, out of all the districts tracked, 37% are operating fully in-person, 54% are opting for a hybrid approach, and 9% are remote-only. 



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