K-12 closings tracker: Schools are sticking to in-person learning as omicron wanes

Closures will still last days to weeks as district leaders cope with staffing shortages and try to stem COVID transmissions.
By: | February 8, 2022
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School closures and shifts to remote instruction are quickly becoming less common as COVID case rates drop in many states.

No schools were reported several weeks in January and February. Consequently, this list will no longer be updated unless case rates again force a substantial number of schools to close.


MAP: Districts’ operational status across the U.S.