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What are your concerns about school and coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Last updated March 13, 2020

What are your concerns about school and coronavirus (COVID-19)?

We'll do our best to answer them and/or find resources that can.

Here are some of the responses we've received: 

"The students who won't even have homes to go back to." 
"Failing school." 
"My classes are online now and my tuition bill was still super expensive." 
"I'm mostly scared for my grandparents and immunocompromised friends and family." 
"Concerned for those that may not have WIFI at home and no computers to work with." 

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