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UPDATE: SOURCE has learned that the meeting scheduled for November 17 has been postponed.

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FRAMINGHAM – Earlier this week, Keefe Technical High School announced following the Thanksgiving break (Monday, November 30), the regional high school will begin a revised hybrid program with a focus on Career and Technical Education (CTE). 

Academic instruction will remain remote for the time being, said the Framingham-based school.

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There is a virtual meeting scheduled on Tuesday, November 17 at 7 p.m. for families.

“At the beginning of our return, one class will come in for Career and Technical Training each week.  As we begin in this 25% model, we will be working toward the goal of eventually having all Career and Tech instruction in person, with 50% of our students in person.  Our path toward this goal will be shaped by our experience in December,” said Superintendent Jonathan Evans on November 9.

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