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Pandemic leads to high interest in private, charter schools

Parents of school-aged kids have been divided, both over in-school or virtual learning and whether masks should be required. Several Greensboro private and charter schools said because of the pandemic education has been top of mind for many parents and interest in other avenues besides public school is growing. "Interest is coming from lots of places," Kim Freedman the Head of School at New Garden Friends School said. She said their enrollment for this upcoming fall is right under 300 students. SUBSCRIBE | Follow us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Download the WFMY News 2 app: ►Text the word APP to 336-379-5775 ►For iPhone | ►For Android |
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