About 4,800 Pittsburgh students are expected to return on April 6. They are a group that includes PreK and kindergarten students and others who have been determined to not be making progress in eLearning, who have disabilities, are English language learners or in other vulnerable groups.
On April 26 another cohort of about 5,200 students — those who were making “some” progress — will be brought back to the classrooms.
On May 3 the remainder of students, a group of about 10,000, will return.
The majority of students will attend via a hybrid model, with some in class on Mondays and Tuesdays and others attending Thursdays and Fridays. Schools will be cleaned on Wednesdays, when all students learn online.