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New executive order from Gov. Beshear recommends another delay in in-person instruction

WLKY Digital Team

FRANKFORT, Ky. — In a new executive order, Gov. Andy Beshear sets out new guidelines for Kentucky schools to follow when the new school semester begins in January.

The latest order comes a day after the U.S. Supreme Court denied a review of the governor’s recent order that halted in-person instruction at public and private schools, which Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron brought forth calling the order unconstitutional.

The Supreme Court’s decision was…

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New executive order from Gov. Beshear recommends another delay in in-person instruction (wlwt.com)

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