Jeff Gregorich, superintendent of the Hayden-Winkemen Unified School District in Arizona, is facing pressure from the state’s governor to reopen school in person, despite already losing a teacher to the coronavirus. He says, “I don’t believe that we can keep the teachers and the students safe,” under the current conditions, and that he’s concerned that children could spread the virus to their families, including grandparents in multigenerational homes. Aired on 08/04/2020.
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AZ School Superintendent Facing Pressure: ‘I Just Don’t See How They Can Keep Everybody Safe’