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Education and public health officials in Massachusetts are "strongly" encouraging school districts and local officials to "take an active role" in COVID-19 vaccination for kids younger than 12.

Massachusetts schools are not immune to the supply chain and workforce constraints that are affecting the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, Education Commissioner Jeff Riley said Tuesday.

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The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education has given Commissioner Jeff Riley the authority to mandate masks in K-12 schools for the imminent start of the third academic year influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic.