Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds is taking a hard line on the coming school year - open up the classrooms or don't get credit.
This week, Reynolds announced that any schools who defied the state mandate of at least 50% in-person learning would not get full credit for remote learning.
She said any schools that don't open up in the fall "They're not defying me, they're defying the law”.
Several school districts have pushed back on the mandate, asking to start the school year with fully online classes or push back the start of the school year.
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