The state Department of Education will be offering summer school online, with some face-to-face options available for high-need students and mobile learning labs placed in remote locations like Hana, the department announced Tuesday.

“The state’s transition from the ‘safer at home’ phase to this new ‘act with care’ phase comes at a time when our complex areas and schools are preparing for blended summer learning plans,” DOE Superintendent Christina Kishimoto said. “The focus of our programs over the next two months is targeted toward our high-need and hard-to-reach students, with added opportunities for credit advancement for our secondary students.”

Kishimoto said the DOE is also looking into ways to continue distance learning into the fall, including the permanent expansion of its E-School programs and mobile

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