‘We want schools open:’ Arizona governor defends change for in-person school guidelines

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday that the changes to public health guidelines that give more leeway before recommending shutting down in-person learning at K-12 schools are still just guidance.

While announcing additional aid for food assistance at St. Mary’s Food Bank in Phoenix, Ducey addressed the changes that state public health officials made earlier this week.

“Where it is possible and safe, we want our schools open, and we want our kids inside a classroom with a teacher in front of a classroom and them getting the best, safest education possible,” Ducey said.

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