The San Francisco School District has pledged a return to five full teaching days per week in the fall and shared new details on Tuesday on what a robust reopening will look like.
The San Francisco school board had previously pledged in April that the district would plan a full-time return in the fall, and the principal has again reiterated that plan. The district also expects to drop health screenings and surveillance tests, but continue to hide.
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