Back to school might look a little different this year. It's a big debate - as coronavirus cases surge across the country and there is still no vaccine, the question of whether students go back to school for in-person looms. The American Academy of Pediatrics says yes, arguing that the mental and emotional damage to kids staying out of school is worse than the risk of getting coronavirus. Dr. Nathaniel Beers, President at The HSC Health Care System, and serving on the Council of School Health for the AAP, joined Wake Up With Cheddar to discuss.