(Indianapolis, IN) - High school seniors in Indiana who were on track to graduate when their schools closed last month will be given the chance to get their diploma.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Education Jennifer McCormick said Thursday it is important to make sure the Class of 2020 graduates
McCormick said no one in the state will be returning to school for the rest of the spring as she ordered schools closed. She said schools will be expected to teach students from home.
All districts in Indiana have two weeks to submit a distance learning proposal to the state.
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