Too Expensive to Re-Open Schools? Some Superintendents Say It Is

Education Week | Daarel Burnette II

“How do you provide food service?  A lot of districts are going to have to set up dividers in classrooms and install air quality systems… all these things have real costs… We’re making budget cuts at the same time we’re asking educators to rethink what a school day looks like.”

The impact of coronavirus will be felt by school districts far beyond the 2019-2020 academic year. This article from EdWeek looks at how systems are approaching the challenge of balancing budget constraints with new health and safety guidelines.

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