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The Mesa Education Association, which advocates for about 850 teachers, wants Mesa Public Schools to halt all in-person instruction because of rising cases of COVID-19. (Faith Miller/Cronkite News file)

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The Mesa teachers association has urged Mesa Public Schools to halt in-person learning for its more than 63,000 students, citing rising COVID-19 infections in the state’s largest district.

By Sierra Poore Cronkite News December 3, 2020
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