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Schools in Oklahoma are preparing to reopen, but special education teacher Nancy Shively won’t be among the teachers going back to school. Shively, who has pre-existing medical conditions, has been forced to choose between her own health and the education of her students. She says President Trump’s response to the coronavirus has led her to question her support for him and the Republican Party.
Guest: Nancy Shively is a special education teacher in Oklahoma
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Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Jayson De Leon, Danielle Hewitt, and Daniel Avis.
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