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    CW G&T schools - reopening plans

    For Fall 2020, NEST+M seems to offer no in-person academic instruction (remote only). Is this the case at the other CW G&T schools?

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    It depends upon school capacity. Nest had to go to its own plan bc it could not offer much in person given building space size, etc. That aside it's my understanding that core material (reading, writing, math, social studies, science, language) will be live remote, and in person will advisory complement/support that as well as social/emotional. Obviously both will be limited. Other school may not follow this literally but something has to go on each given similar limitations even if more favorable at another school.
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    Thank you for your answer. Do you happen to know what specific limitations Nest faces that are more favorable at other CW schools?

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    Anderson has said that they will try to accommodate in person education 2-3 days per week. But we haven't gotten any further details about how that will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS1000 View Post
    For Fall 2020, NEST+M seems to offer no in-person academic instruction (remote only). Is this the case at the other CW G&T schools?
    That's not actually 100% the case, if you're going by the NY Post article. Core instruction is proposed to be remote. Kids in families who opt for a blended model can have one on one or small group support time with teachers to receive individual feedback as well as any necessary supports.

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