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The social development of students is best achieved with other students in a classroom. Classroom education with peers is the best model. However, there are circumstances where certain students are not able to attend due to health, disability or other where they need to learn in a structured, remote environment designed and dedicated to their needs. Both learning models need dedicated delivery of classroom or remote instruction, respectively. This offers better choices for students, parents, teachers and school administrators to use policies appropriate to their local district needs. Students and parents who wish to attend in-person should be fully vaccinated for infectious diseases (measles, polio, Covid-19, etc.) causing serious illness and death. If full vaccination is not possible, then the remote learning option would be made available. Regional delivery of the remote learning program and technology to support it would be supported.