(CBS DETROIT) – Students in Michigan’s largest school district will switch to virtual learning after a spike in COVID-19 cases.

The Detroit Public Schools Community District says in-person learning will resume no earlier than May 11th.

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The district will continue to monitor COVID-19 infection rates until the next board meeting in May.

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However, teachers who want to continue in-person learning will be allowed to instruct students upon parental approval.

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