Ohio Keeps Students Home, Buildings Closed; Pandemic Impact On Public Transit Workers, Riders

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced during his regular afternoon press conference from the Statehouse that schools will remain closed and remote learning will continue through this school year. What does that mean for students, teachers and schools? And will social distancing still impact school in the fall? We'll consult Cleveland Schools CEO Eric Gordon and take your calls. Later, nearly a hundred transit workers nationwide have died after contracting COVID-19. What's being done to protect them? We will ask the head of the Greater Cleveland RTA  about that, about a big drop in ridership and about plans for federal rescue money.  And our Takeout Tuesday feature is really popping.

Guests: 

Eric Gordon, CEO, Cleveland Metropolitan School District 
Nick Castele, Reporter, Ideastream 
India Birdsong, General Manager and CEO, Greater Cleveland RTA 
Dana Beveridge, Lead Organizer, Clevelanders for Public Transit 
Patti Raymond, COO, Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop
 

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