Los Angeles school superintendent on reopening remotely
Unlike in other parts of the United States, Los Angeles isn’t debating whether to send students back into physical classrooms. The city's schools have already decided to be fully remote through at least the end of 2020.
Axios Re:Cap digs in with Austin Beutner, LA Unified School District superintendent, about why he made the decision, getting technology to students, contact tracing and what he thinks about President Trump's funding cut threat.
Editor’s note: This episode was updated to clarify that the Los Angeles Unified School District is starting the school year remotely and will return to classrooms as soon as possible.