Arizona Schools Superintendent: A Lot To Figure Out, But School Leaders Settling Into New School Environment
Most Arizona counties have met the COVID-19 benchmarks for schools to be able to move to a hybrid model of classes, where students and teachers are in the classroom for at least some of the time.
A number of districts have been working toward that goal of having in-person instruction.
To get a sense of how that seems to be going, The Show spoke with Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman about whether she is comfortable with how things have been proceeding.
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