Schools still determined to provide food for families in need despite closures

Arizona schools are still closed due to the coronavirus and there’s still a lot of uncertainty about a lot of things for students, parents and teachers. We talk to the state’s education chief, Kathy Hoffman, Arizona superintendent of public instruction.

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