/ Modified mar 12, 2021 2:41 p.m.

Tucson school districts prepare to expand in-person learning

Tony Paniagua spoke to leaders from Sunnyside and Tanque Verde school districts.

After schools initially sent students home last March after the pandemic was declared, some have remained virtual since or offered limited in-person instruction. Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order changes that and requires them to reopen by March 15. The extent that schools do so depends on the level of transmission in their counties. Tony Paniagua spoke to superintendents from the Sunnyside and Tanque Verde school districts to learn how they’re making it work.

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