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Phoenix schools go fully remote for beginning of school year | CBS News

Phoenix schools go fully remote for beginning of school year | CBS News

Schools in Arizona are delaying the start of the upcoming school year as the state sees a surge in new coronavirus cases. Phoenix schools have taken precautions a step further by announcing students will not return for in-person classes until at least October. Chad Gestson, the superintendent for the Phoenix Union High School District, joined CBSN to discuss the decision. 07/10
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