An increasing number of states and communities say they are planning to resume or expand in-person learning a year into the coronavirus pandemic, as new infections decline and vaccinations rise. North Carolina's governor on Wednesday announced an agreement on a bill with lawmakers -- still to be passed -- that would remove capacity limits from middle and high schools. … And leaders in other states, including Arizona, Oregon and New Mexico, say they've ordered or otherwise expect all their schools to offer in-person instruction in the next few days or weeks.