Tony Thurmond, the California State Superintendent of Public Instruction joins Andrea Mitchell to talk about the new CDC guidelines for opening K-12 schools. “With 79% of our schools still in remote learning environments, I think some are encouraged by the new CDC guidelines. There's a path to open. But many, including those who have underlying health conditions are still very worried,” he said. Aired on 02/15/2021.
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CA Schools Superintendent On New CDC Guidelines: 'There's A Path To Open' | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC