Arizona Education

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There was no firm date announced for the start of in-classroom schooling in Arizona during Gov. Doug Ducey’s COVID update this afternoon.  But during the press conference, the governor announced additional resources and what he called “flexibility and clarity” for the start of the 2020-2021 school year.

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Teachers and parents in the Gadsden Elementary School District gathered Wednesday in San Luis to call for a later start to in-person instruction due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Teachers and parents in the Gadsden Elementary School District will gather today in San Luis to call for a later start to in-person instruction due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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By Howard Fischer
Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX -- The state's top education official wants schools to plan for reopening even as she concedes she doesn't know how much money they will have -- and that it's virtually impossible to guarantee a risk-free environment.

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By Howard Fischer
Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey may be ready to send kids back into the classroom as soon as this coming week.
But many Arizonans do not share his views.

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