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He acknowledged, though, that some families still distrust in-person learning.

Officials hope to switch these students to four days of in-person learning before the end of April.

Elementary and middle school students who are performing below grade level in reading and math will be invited to take part.

As of mid-March, roughly 84,600 students in Fairfax County — representing 47 percent of the student body — had returned for in-person learning.

And they argued that Virtual Virginia provides less comprehensive instruction than the Fairfax school system.

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