As students return to class this week, West Marin’s public schools are facing the second back-to-school season of the pandemic. The Delta variant’s surge dashed hopes of normalcy, but bringing kids back in person was a nearly universal priority for public health agencies, schools, parents and teachers. Despite elevated case levels and new restrictions, school . . .

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