Political Rewind with Bill Nigut | August 10, 2020

A student in Dallas, Georgia stands near a school bus.
Credit: Brynn Anderson/AP News

Monday on Political Rewind, schools across Georgia are attempting to adapt to the semester as coronavirus continues to be a public health emergency.

A patchwork of different policy decisions by school districts show that there is no clear consensus on how to move forward.

Some schools have already begun classes, while others begin in the next few weeks. We checked-in on the latest developments as parents, children, teachers and administrators struggle with what to do.


Sarah Riggs Amico — Former U.S. Senate Candidate

Maureen Downey — Education Columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ellen Eldridge —  Healthcare Reporter, GPB News

Jim Galloway — Lead Political Writer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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