An exclusive look at what it takes to reopen schools during a global health crisis in one of the most poorly-funded education systems in the country.
Teachers are pushing back on school administrators who planned to reopen schools despite failing to meet state health guidelines.
A delayed state plan on reopening schools has led to a patchwork of approaches by school administrators and educators.
Nogales' Superintendent says their decision as to when in-person learning will begin will rely on COVID-19 infections data.
Parents are expected to check their children's temperatures every day before school and are being asked to stay off-campus.
It's been five months since classrooms were closed in Arizona, but many parents and teachers feel it's still too soon to safely reopen schools.
Schools are scheduled to begin online learning in a few weeks, but educators say they need more time to prepare.