For close to a year, the pandemic has dramatically altered education in Arizona and in classrooms across the country. Today schools continue to grapple with balancing safety and students’ needs by opting for either all virtual learning or a hybrid approach. This week Tony Paniagua visited the International School of Tucson where most students have continued to attend classes in person throughout the pandemic.
Paniagua also heard from 14-year-old Nanan Dramé. The teen has attended the International School of Tucson since preschool. She shared her experiences attending school during the coronavirus crisis.