Dahles Negotiate Changes To School Reopening Bill

State lawmakers have approved a six-point-six billion dollar plan aimed at pressuring school districts not already open to return students to the classroom before the end of the year. It doesn’t order districts to resume in-person learning. Instead, the state will tempt cash-strapped school boards with two-billion dollars, if they reopen campuses by the end of the month. Meanwhile, some Republican lawmakers, including Brian and Megan Dahle, negotiated amendments that ensure that districts that have been open, in some form, can also tap into the funding…