Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced in early July guidelines for local school districts to reopen buildings this fall.
But returning to school has parents and teachers worried, and the rise in COVID-19 infections is causing schools across the state to re-think plans for reopening.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, a look at how and if K-12 schools will be returning to the classroom.
- Alissa Widman Neese, K-12 reporter, Columbus Dispatch
- Dr. Talisa Dixon, superintendent and CEO, Columbus City Schools
- Paolo DeMaria, superintendent of public instruction, Ohio Department of Education
- Scott DiMauro, president, Ohio Education Association
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