Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Monday that Ohio schools will be closed at least until the end of the academic year. DeWine had closed the schools through May 1 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A decision will be made at a later date concerning reopening the schools in the fall.
DeWine said remote learning would continue. Ohio might have a blend of remote and in-school classroom learning when schools do reopen in order to reduce the number of students in the schools at any one time. School districts will have a great deal of flexibility on school strategies, said DeWine.