Pittsburgh Public Schools Board To Discuss Keeping Buildings Closed For Rest Of School Year – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — There are calls to reopen schools and resume in-person classroom instruction.

But some local school districts have been reluctant during the coronavirus pandemic. Pittsburgh Public Schools has delayed reopening until April, and now KDKA investigator Andy Sheehan has learned that may be pushed back even longer.

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President Joe Biden wants schools to reopen, especially elementary schools. Dr. Anthony Fauci told the CBS This Morning it can be done safely even if the teachers aren’t fully vaccinated.

But the Pittsburgh Public Schools board, which has already delayed reopening the classrooms until April, will now consider keeping buildings closed for the rest of the school year.

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