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Perks Of School At Home When You're 8? 'I Get To Spend Time With My New Dog'


This week on West Virginia Public Broadcasting we’re featuring stories about how the state’s youngest residents are faring during this unprecedented coronavirus pandemic. Schools will remain closed for the rest of the year and that means big changes for students. Charleston resident Blaire Malkin interviewed her son Arlo, who is 8 years old, about what it’s like being out of school. Take a listen.

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