Broward School Superintendent Robert Runcie Says Schools Won’t Open If Coronavirus Numbers Don’t Improve

Broward school leaders met again virtually on Tuesday to discuss possible reopening plans.

At the outset of the meeting, Superintendent Robert Runcie said schools would not open at all should the coronavirus conditions in Broward not improve.

“When we open schools in August, instruction will be 100% e-learning if conditions do not improve and if they worsen. When conditions improve, which we hope is not in the distant future, then additional options will be introduced,” said Runcie.

Last week, the Superintendent said he sees no path to schools fully reopening in five weeks.

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