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State lawmakers announced a $6.6 billion plan on Monday to resume in-person learning by the end of March.

Under the deal, the state would incentivize schools rather than require them to reopen.

California School Boards Association spokesman Troy Flint joined FOX40 News Tuesday morning to discuss his group’s reaction to the plan.