KY Governor Recommends In-Person School Delay

Kentucky Governor Beshear recommends schools delay in-person class until end of September

Posted: Aug 10, 2020 3:39 PM
Updated: Aug 10, 2020 10:17 PM

Governor Andy Beshear has recommended all Kentucky schools delay in-person class until the end of September.

Previously, Beshear had recommended that they wait until the third week of August. Now, he's saying he thinks schools should take the necessary step of delaying class even longer.

He's asking both public and private schools to hold off on in-person instruction until September 28th.

The governor said he wants kids back in school, but believes starting virtually is the best way.

He discussed his recommendation with superintendents today.

 44News will keep you up to date on any future developments to this story.

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