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LFP special report: A new school year. A return to normal?

Mandated masking and vaccinations are out. Sports and clubs are in, as are regular school days and some exams as Ontario school boards navigate the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the start of the fourth school year affected by the pandemic, London-area school boards say they hope for a normal year as their combined 106,000 students return to class Wednesday, a day later than normal because of a professional development day for staff on Tuesday. But facing a surge in student numbers, a teacher crunch, the potential for bargaining strife as contracts end and the prospect of another COVID variant, whether schools can get back to some form of normality remains far from certain, Heather Rivers reports. Read More

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