Florida continues to be a hot zone battling the coronavirus, especially as the new school year begins. The Commissioner of Education and the Governor have made a state mandate that teachers return to school in person with students. Fedrick Ingram, Florida Education Association President, shares his concerns on Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil

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“Shame on us as adults who hoist this onto teachers as part of their responsibility. Listen, I don’t know any teacher that doesn’t want to go back to work,” he says. “Our entire educational village is ready to go back … But we want to do it safely.”

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Hear what he says needs to happen for teachers to be back on campus – and learn why he’s suing the Governor of Florida.
 
On Friday, watch as teachers and parents on both sides debate this controversial topic. And, two doctors weigh in with their thoughts about children returning to school. Check here to see where you can watch.