Governor Murphy will reportedly allow school districts to go all remote to start off the school year. The original plan was to have school districts form their own method that must include some form of in classroom instruction. Sources are telling NJ Advance Media that Murphy will take out that rule later today. There has been increased pressure on Murphy from the teachers unions and local education officials to allow students to learn from home five days a week because of coronavirus concerns. Elizabeth and a handful of other districts have already voted to go all remote.