Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The Los Angeles Unified School District said on Monday that none of its 730,000 students will receive an “F” grade on their spring report card amid the coronavirus pandemic.Superintendent Austin Beutner made the announcement in a virtual press briefing from his home where he discussed the difficulties of the school year as the “stress and anxiety continue to mount” from the virus.He said the impact COVID-19 has had on students in his district was made “very real” to him after he received a message last week from a girl “having suicidal thoughts because of the pressure she was feeling about school and all the chaos around her.”CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON GOVERNORS ANNOUNCE THEIR OWN PLANS TO RESTART THEIR ECONOMIES AMID CORONAVIRUS People line up outside Trader Joe’s neighborhood grocery store using social distancing guidelines in Santa Monica, Calif., Monday, April 13, 2020.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) Beutner said a team from L.A. Unified got her to a hospital where the student is now receiving care.”Students can work to improve their grades, but we don’t want to penalize those who may not have access to technology or may be experiencing difficulties at home,” he said later


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