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Bill allowing extra year of school clears Kentucky Senate

Associated Press

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky students could apply for an extra year to retake courses under a bill passed by the state Senate on Tuesday in response to the pandemic-related disruptions on schools.

The measure, which now goes to the House, would allow requests that K-12 students be given a “supplemental school year” to retake or supplement courses or grade levels. It comes after educational struggles to cope with COVID-19, resulting in widespread use of virtual instruction.

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