WCCUSD Board Urges Distance Learning: It’s ‘Life And Death’

Counties across the country are debating whether or not to open up school in the fall. In July, the West Contra Costa Unified Board of Education made its stance on reopening clear. “I know for a fact that I’m not going to contribute to bringing kids back together and putting them and their families and their teachers and their staff in dangerous situations,” said board member Valerie Cuevas. “I feel our attention needs to be spent on perfecting, on improving and getting better at distance learning, because that is the way to keep everyone physically safe.” Read the full story at Richmond Pulse. 

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