Early last week, San Diego Unified School District announced that the new school year will start with online-only classes, with instruction resuming on August 31 as previously scheduled. The Governor’s office also released new industry guidance for schools and school-based programs. Under the new regulations, California school districts cannot reopen until coronavirus infections and hospitalizations have stabilized in their counties. Schools can offer in-person instruction only if their county is removed from the state’s monitoring list for more than two weeks. Districts are also required to test teachers for coronavirus every other month.
Schools Ordered to Begin School Year Online
July 22, 2020