(Portland, OR) -- The State of Oregon has released rules that'll help school districts decide if students can learn in the classroom this fall or if they have to learn remotely. It'll depend on the rate of COVID-19 in the district's community based on positive tests and the number of cases. In some instances, children in Kindergarten through third grade would be allowed to attend in-person, because they're less likely to transmit the virus. Rural schools with fewer than 100 students and students with disabilities would be allowed in-person instruction. The ultimate decision is up to the school district.