Arizona Horizon Town Hall on re-opening schools

The Arizona Horizon Town Halls are designed to give Arizonans more information about the things that impact your life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every week, we’ll put your questions before lawmakers, other public officials and experts in a variety of fields.

July 31: The debate over students going back to school during the COVID-19 pandemic

Our guests will answer questions about how schools can safely re-open during the pandemic:

  • Ralph Quintana, president, American Federation of Teachers-Arizona Chapter
  • Dr. Lisa Strohman (Ph.D), psychologist and founder of Digital Citizen Academy
  • Steve Watson, Maricopa County School Superintendent

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Ralph Quintana, president, American Federation of Teachers-Arizona Chapter
Dr. Lisa Strohman (Ph.D), psychologist and founder of Digital Citizen Academy
Steve Watson, Maricopa County School Superintendent

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