KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There’s no going back.
That’s the message Kansas City, Missouri, Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Mark Bedell has for administrators in his district and the wider community.
“We have to understand as a system that 15,000 students potentially in our facilities may not be possible for the foreseeable future,” Bedell said Wednesday during a 41 Action News virtual town hall with city leaders from various sectors.
Social distancing on buses and in classrooms may become a new reality.
Some parents also may prefer virtual education after getting a taste of it during the current shutdown.
Bedell expects many families in his district and in others to say, “I don’t think I want to send my kid back. I like this