California's Safe Schools for All Plan - Developed in partnership with the Legislature, the Administration's plan focuses on ensuring careful implementation and building confidence by supporting schools to bring back the youngest children (TK-2) and those who are most disproportionately impacted first, then phasing in other grade levels through the spring, as conditions allow. This phased-in approach recognizes that younger children are at a lower risk of contracting and transmitting COVID-19, with core safety measures in place.
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California schools, including public schools (traditional and charter), private schools (including nonpublic nonsectarian schools), and colleges and universities are all working hard to educate all students in the safest, most appropriate way possible. For information on the State, County, and District up to date information and school guidelines visit the following sites or contact your school district.
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