Between online learning and in-person classes, students throughout Alaska are back in school.
And with many families opting out of their regular schools, administrators are concerned about low enrollment and the reduced state funding that could follow.
It may be up to lawmakers to come up with a solution.
This school year is off to an unprecedented start, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt normal operations.
Whether students are back in the classroom depends on where they live and what families are comfortable with. And many aren’t yet sure what that means.
“Parents are just uncertain or unsure of how this school