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UCDSB to discontinue remote learning program

All Upper Canada District School Board students will need to return to in-class learning this September. 

The UCDSB Board of Trustees has voted to discontinue its remote learning program for the 2024-25 school year, citing a sharp decline in enrolment in the program. 

Remote Learning began during the 2020-2021 school year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

It remained as an option this year to give families time to adjust to returning to the classroom, but staff say less than 1% of students across the board are enrolled in the program. 

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According to the announcement, the board is confident it can provide “personalized programing for students who may require a different approach to in-person learning.” 

Staff also add this won’t affect online class opportunities for secondary students. 

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