BESE’s Holly Boffy: School Re-Opening Should Be Decided Locally
Parents across Louisiana are learning and practicing a new skill all at the same time: Teaching. Since schools were closed in accordance with the Governor's stay-at-home order, parents have been counting the days until they go back. Yes, it's been nice to have family time, but kids need to learn from professionals. Parents are not educators, but we're trying as hard as we can. Holly Boffy is our representative on the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. She says there are a number of factors, but that districts should be the ones to decide when students go back to class.
Listen to her full interview on KPEL's Acadiana's Morning News below:
Earlier this week, we talked to Lafayette Parish School Board Member Justin Centanni about his thoughts on the issue.
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