Teachers, health experts weigh in on reopening schools amid COVID-19 pandemic. See more state education news here

| July 21, 2020

By Whitney Clark • AzFamily

As we get ready to begin a new week, the question remains: When will students actually go back to school, and what will learning look like?

Governor Doug Ducey said in a press conference (on July 16) he is going to wait to give news about reopening classrooms. Arizona’s Family spoke to Joe Thomas, the president of the Arizona Education Association. He says the passing of Arizona teacher Kimberley Byrd, who died after testing positive for COVID-19, rippled through the community.

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