RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Wake County School Board Chairman Keith Sutton told ABC11 that he is 'strongly considering' Plan C outlined by Gov. Roy Cooper for the 2020-21 school year. Plan C, as outlined by Cooper means remote instruction only.
As of Thursday night, nearly a quarter of the entire public school system, more than 38,000, enrolled in Wake County's online instructional program, according to school officials.
The Virtual Academy will serve as the remote-learning program which opened for registration last Friday and will remain open until July 20.
Wake County school officials held an hour-long FAQ presentation about the Virtual Academy for students.
On Tuesday, Gov. Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina schools would be allowed to open under Plan B.
He also said school districts have the option to choose Plan C, remote-only learning if it's best for them.
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