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DeKalb County Superintendent Shares The District’s COVID-19 Re-Opening Plan, With Teachers Now In Classrooms

DeKalb County teachers returned to the classroom this week as part of the district's phased re-opening plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
DeKalb County teachers returned to the classroom this week as part of the district's phased re-opening plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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DeKalb County educators returned to the classroom this week as the district begins a phased re-opening plan.

Students will continue learning virtually, for the time being, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Throughout the pandemic, each school district’s approach to in-class instruction has differed.

To learn more about how school leadership is approaching COVID-19 safety.

The series began with Atlanta Public School Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring, who joined the program Wednesday.

On Thursday’s edition of the program, we continue with DeKalb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Cheryl-Watson Harris.

To hear the full conversation, click on the audio player above.

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