From The Tribune staff reports
BIRMINGHAM — The Alabama State Superintendent of Education said Friday that online learning could be an option for students in the fall.
According to WBRC, Dr. Eric Mackey said virtual learning could be made available to high-risk students.
Schools have been closed since Gov. Kay Ivey’s Stay at Home Order that was issued in March. Schools are now allowed to hold graduation ceremonies at football stadiums, but other activities have been canceled for the year. Several school systems are working on ways to offer education over the summer.