The COVID-19 pandemic induced a historic shift to remote work and schooling. However, the change puts those lacking internet access at a sever…
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Citing uncertainty over COVID-19, Tucson school district leaders have decided that more than 70,000 children will kick off the school year at home.
One Tucson school district is making home visits in an effort to connect with kids who have been unreachable over the last two months.
At least one Tucson-area school district is considering having students attend on a staggered schedule, trading off in-person instruction and live-streaming classes from home.
Tucson's largest school district approved measures that ensure seniors on track to graduate before the closures will receive a diploma and that younger students' grades can only be boosted, not harmed.