Editors, USA TODAY Published 3:04 a.m. ET March 16, 2020 CLOSEMillions of children are home from school due to coronavirusMillions of students across the United States are facing a Monday without school as part of a sweeping attempt to contain the spread of the coronavirus. At least 20 states and a number of large urban school districts — including Los Angeles, the nation’s second-largest — are shutting down all K-12 schools, upending school and family routines. And a growing number of individual districts around the country have also chosen to close. School districts that are shutting down face daunting decisions: Whether they will continue meal service for low-income families, whether to offer online instruction, and what to do about federally mandated state exams, which are often administered in spring.’You can’t Netflix them all day’:Chicago school illustrates coronavirus challengesCLOSE Coronavirus has colleges trying to keep students safe, but some have sent students packing indefinitely, with effects for the whole community. USA TODAYCoronavirus relief deal heads to Senate for a voteLegislation to provide economic relief to Americans affected by coronavirus is heading to the Senate for an expected vote Monday. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act would ensure sick leave for affected workers and

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