Millions of students may remain out of school for the rest of the academic year in an effort to stop the spread of a deadly coronavirus that has reached pandemic status around the world, officials in Ohio and Texas said Sunday.As of late Sunday, 33 states had decided to close public schools, according to a tally maintained by Education Week. When combined with the closure of specific districts in other states, at least 32.5 million public school students attending at least 64,000 schools have seen their education interrupted because of the novel coronoavirus that has killed more than 6,000 people worldwide.With the country’s schools facing an unprecedented crisis, schools have been ordered closed for days or weeks or even a month. But on Sunday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) and Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said that students in their states may not return to school for the rest of the academic year. There are more than 5.4 million public school students in Texas, and some 1.7 million in Ohio.On CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday morning, DeWine said: “We’ve informed the superintendents why we’ve closed schools for three weeks and …. the odds are this is going to

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