HARRISBURG (AP) – Many of Pennsylvania’s school districts are about to decide on their local regulations for resuming in-person teaching in the coming academic year. The plans that have already been produced have a lot of variation, which education officials say is by design. Districts must have a board-approved plan posted online before they can resume in-person instruction for the first time since schools closed for the year in March. Administrators who have been planning for months now face the hard decisions as the state’s infection numbers are experiencing a sharp increase.