Newsom Sends His Children Back to Private School Classrooms in California
By Mackenzie Mays
November 1, 2020
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday his children have returned to in-person learning under a "phased-in approach" as many schools across the state remain shuttered due to Covid-19 — including nearly all public schools in Sacramento County where the governor lives.
The news: Newsom said at a news conference that his four children, ages 4 to 11, have returned to classrooms in some capacity.
Newsom's children attend a private school in Sacramento County that has a hybrid schedule that alternates remote and in-person education before it will return full-time next month, according to a source. POLITICO is not naming the school for privacy reasons.
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