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An increasing number of elementary and junior high schools in Japan are adopting “hybrid classes,” in which students can choose whether to go to school or take classes online, as the second term of the school year started amid the continuing spread of COVID-19.

Parents and other guardians are welcoming the increase in options, with some preferring children to stay home to prevent infections.

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