Education Secretary Betsy DeVos defended the Trump administration’s aggressive push to reopen schools in the fall amid the worsening coronavirus pandemic, saying Sunday that a hybrid of virtual and in-person learning is “not a valid choice for families.”

Speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union,” DeVos also refused to saywhether the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines for schools should be followed uniformly.

“The CDC guidelines are just that, meant to be flexible and meant to be applied as appropriate for the situation,” she said.

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