Pittsburgh Public Schools moving forward with return to in-person learning

Pittsburgh Public Schools moving forward with return to in-person learning

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Public Schools is moving forward with its planned return to in-person learning.

Families in the district will learn this week which days their students will be in class when they transition to a hybrid learning model on Nov. 9. The hybrid model includes two days of learning in school and three at home.

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A video posted on Twitter revealed families should get their assignments by Friday.

Information on transportation is expected to be released next week.

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