San Jose Unified To Continue Distance Learning For 2020


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Santa Clara moved into the 'red' tier on California's new COVID-19 schedule which technically means that K-12 schools are allowed to reopen at full capacity once they remain in the 'red' tier for two weeks. That being said the school superintendent has other plans in mind for students in the South Bay.

"While we believe in-person instruction is the best option for our students, we cannot ignore the data on viral transmission in Santa Clara County and potentially compromise the health and safety of our students, families, and staff by bringing students back at this time," Superintendent Nancy Albarrán said.

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