Bay Area Schools Consider Whether to Close for Coronavirus

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All 90 Catholic schools in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties are closing after a student tested positive for the new coronavirus. Several Bay Area public schools have also closed, but most K-12 schools remain open. Forum discusses how schools are coping with the spread of COVID-19, how they make the decision to shut down and what closures may mean for students and their families.

Guests:

Julia McEvoy, senior editor, KQED News

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