At the Curley School in Boston, there are no in-person students right now: the school is closed following a COVID-19 outbreak there. Instead, students are back home, remote learning, until next Monday, something the state's education commissioner doesn't allow. So what does this all mean for the students and their families? We speak with one parent, Krista Magnuson, about the impact this is having on her child and what she wants to happen next.
This segment aired on November 15, 2021.