KPBS: San Diego Unified Has Plan For Reopening Schools, But Needs More Funding


As reported June 16, 2020: After months of school closures, the San Diego Unified School District on Tuesday evening approved a plan for reopening amid the ongoing pandemic. It’s still far from certain, however, whether the district will have the money it needs to fully implement the plan.

Under the plan, unanimously approved by the board during a virtual meeting, students will have the option to be on campus for full school days with social distancing and smaller class sizes. Students whose families have health concerns or are not comfortable returning to school would have the option of distance learning. A hybrid model will also be available.

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