As Connecticut continues to project that it will be able to open K-12 schools this fall, individual districts are already grappling with what that might mean in reality. Plans to hold in-person summer school in Norwalk were dealt a blow last week when a staff member came down with Covid-19 after classes began. Experiences like that have many people asking, is this a window into what we can expect when schools open in the fall?
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Erin Kayata of Hearst Connecticut reported on the Norwalk incident. She talks about what it reveals about the strength of the state's return-to-school plan with All Things Considered host John Henry Smith.
Hear the interview below: