Downers Grove School District 58 Superintendent Kevin Russel: “We are not setting grades that are negatively impacting a child”

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In this Tuesday,, March 17, 2020 photo Keith Bucks, works at home remotely during an online class assignment from his first grade class at Arco Iris Spanish Immersion School in Beaverton, Ore. Oregon has shut down schools through April 28 and some districts have put optional activities online, though they are not meant to replace the regular curriculum. (AP Photo/Craig Mitchelldyer

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Downers Grove School District 58 Superintendent Kevin Russel joins John Williams to talk about kids’ progress with e-learning since schools closed for the Coronavirus concerns. And Kevin explains how the district is teaming up with parents through this stressful moment in time.

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