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AZEdNews Podcast: How AZ schools are affected by COVID-19 closure


Phoenix Union High School District Supt. Dr. Chad Gestson. Photo Courtesy Phoenix Union High School District

With Arizona public schools closed until the end of the school year for the COVID-19 pandemic, the consequences for students, teachers and schools have been far-reaching, says Morgan Willis, intern for Arizona Education News Service.

Hear what Phoenix Union High School District‘s Supt. Dr. Chad Gestson and Save Our Schools Arizona‘s co-founder and spokesperson Dawn Penich-Thacker had to say about it.

AZEdNews Podcast by Morgan Willis: How AZ schools are affected by COVID-19 closure

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Save Our Schools Arizona‘s co-founder and spokesperson Dawn Penich-Thacker Photo by Morgan Willis/AZEdNews

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Phoenix Union High School District Supt. Dr. Chad Gestson. Photo courtesy Phoenix Union High School District