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Indiana schools to remain closed the rest of the academic year

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jennifer McCormick said that schools will remain closed through the rest of the school year. Schools must switch to remote learning.


High School seniors who have their credits, including those for classes they're currently enrolled in, will get their diplomas. For every other student, requirements to move on to the next grade are unchanged.

McCormick working to get students educated and moved on to the next grade.



McCormick says there’s no clear answer as to the impact on things like summer school and the next school year.



Gov. Holcomb also ordered all non-public schools to close.