The coronavirus pandemic has made schools and universities across the country reconsider how to safely accomodate students. The Ann Arbor school district determined the best way to keep students, staff, and teachers healthy is to begin the academic year with online classes. Ann Arbor Public Schools superintendent Dr. Jeanice Swift joined WEMU's David Fair with a look at the decision, its impact on students and families, and what needs to be done before the start of classes in September.
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