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Phillip Tutor: Pandemic choices for Alabama parents

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State officials on Monday announced grants to Alabama's public schools to help pay for health and wellness programs and for technology for remote learning. The grants, $170 million in all, are funded by the federal CARES Act and are intended to help schools deal with the threat of COVID-19.

The Hardins, Richard and Stephanie, have a farm and folk-arts camp out in Choccolocco. Three kids, too. They’re not professional educators but they are smart people, so when they moved here about four years ago they tried their hand at homeschooling.

High school romances last longer than the Hardins’ experiment.

Phillip Tutor — — is a Star columnist. Follow him at