Harrisburg superintendent responds to education concerns from coronavirus pandemic

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Kids across the state have been out of school for two weeks now because of the coronavirus and the governor has ordered schools to remain closed for another week. The closure could be stretched even longer.

This leaving parents, teachers, and students in limbo when it comes to education, so what is being done?

The Harrisburg School District Superintendent Chris Celmer talked with abc27’s James Crummel live this morning with all the details.

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