Dozens of Arizona school board members to Ducey: Delay in-person school opening until October. See more state education news here

| July 14, 2020

By Lily Altavena • AzCentral

More than 60 school board members from districts across the state have signed onto a letter asking Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to delay the reopening of in-person schooling until October. 

Ducey ordered a delay to the start of in-person lessons until Aug. 17. 

“A lot of school staff are coming to us saying, ‘We’re afraid of going back to school,'” Adam Lopez Falk, a school board member in the Alhambra Unified School District, said. “Kicking it to the 17th isn’t going to do much for a lot of us.” 

Save Our Schools Arizona, an education advocacy organization, joined in the calls to delay in-person class until October.

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