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Tents, yurts and snowsuits: Schools seeking alternatives to remote learning move classes outside – NBC News

The Detroit Waldorf School and the Austin, Texas; Seattle; and Portland, Maine, districts are among the places exploring outdoor classrooms to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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DETROIT With just days to go before the start of the new academic year, schools around the country are rushing to gather materials they never thought they would need: plexiglass dividers, piles of masks and internet hot spots to connect with students remotely.
And then there are schools that have an even more unusual list.
The Detroit Waldorf School in Michigan is buying carriage bolts, berry bushes and 8,000 square feet of cedar wood.
The San Francisco Unified School District has been busy g…

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