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COVID-19 transformed the world of outdoor education. Here's what local leaders say has changed.

Original post made on May 11, 2021

Learning at the Peninsula Forest and Beach School won't involve computers. Instead, young students there play at a Belmont park, read stories and hike. Maybe that's why the school has seen a tenfold increase since the pandemic began.

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