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A handful of small, rural schools in Montana will resume in-person classes beginning May 7, when students can return to classrooms as Gov. Steve Bullock's COVID-19 closure ends. Most schools in the state will remain closed and continue remote learning plans, like the vast majority of schools around the U.S. 

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