In mid-August, the Illinois governor signed legislation to amend the state’s Remote Education Act. The change allows school districts to claim attendance for state aid when a student participates in a class during the weekend, holiday or other non-attendance day. Districts must keep accurate logs of participation, such as log-in/log-out times. Still in the law are requirements for a school district policy, approved annually, and a remote education plan for each student.
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