Poll: Do you agree with Boston school’s hybrid ‘hopscotch’ proposal? 

A hybrid “hopscotch” plan is being considered by Boston school officials that could have the city’s 50,000-plus students share classroom space on an alternating basis this fall, allowing kids to see a teacher at least twice a week.

It’s the first glimpse of a potential lesson plan that was unveiled Wednesday evening in a school committee Zoom session where officials said the draft idea both meets health guidelines and allows teachers to have face time with kids.

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