US President Donald Trump wants all schools in his country to open again in September, but he will probably still have to teach his son Barron at home.
Barron High School has announced that it will not open entirely and keep in mind that for the time being only online classes will be given due to the coronavirus.
The St. Andrews Episcopal School in Washington has informed parents, according to American media, that there are still discussions about a partial opening and that the educational institution hopes for that too.
If that happens, the students will receive lessons via a rotation system at school or online.
Trump has repeatedly called for schools to open their doors again in the fall fully. He even threatened to withhold federal money for districts that don’t. More and more states and private schools are ignoring that.
Barron, 14, has been at Washington school for three years.