California Schools Brace for Big Changes to Reopen This Fall

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Students at Claude Debussy college in Angers, western France, on May 18, 2020 after France eased lockdown measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: DAMIEN MEYER/AFP via Getty Images)

California schools will look very different this fall. Under new guidelines released Monday by California State Superintendent Tony Thurmond, schools may require masks, temperature checks, social distancing, staggered schedules, outdoor classes and continued remote learning. The state did not issue mandates, however, leaving individual districts to decide their own procedures. Forum dives into the challenges schools, teachers, students and parents will face in reopening schools safely during a pandemic.

Guests:

Julia McEvoy, Senior Editor, KQED News

Dan Cooper, Professor of Pediatrics and Associate Vice Chancellor for Clinical & Translational Research, UC Irvine

Karen Monroe, Superintendent of Schools, Alameda County

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