On Monday, the Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting to decide whether the start of school should take place in-person or online-only.
The school board meeting is online, due to safety concerns about getting together.
At the teachers union, the leadership said they've gotten a clear message from educators. They don't believe it's possible to safely reopen schools.
Board member John Croissant is a former teacher, who said the virus numbers are not encouraging for in-person classes.
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