Lynnfield schools are skeptical about state push to have more kids in classrooms

School Committee members expressed their concerns at a recent meeting on reducing the distance between students from six feet to three feet to allow more students to have in-person learning. (Anne Marie Tobin)
LYNNFIELD — While Governor Charlie Baker is strongly encouraging school districts to begin offering more in-person learning, the Lynnfield School Committee isn’t quite convinced that route is in the district’s best interests. “We all, more than ever, want our students back in school for full-time in-person learning, that has never been an issue,” said Superintendent…

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