The Future of Education: Dr. Sanjay Gupta's coronavirus podcast for May 12

(CNN)With this school year disrupted for so many, students and their families are wondering what may happen in the fall. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with CNN Correspondent Evan McMorris-Santoro about how educators, administrators and students have begun to think about what school will look like in the future.

You can listen on your favorite podcast app or read the transcript below.
Austin Beutner, superintendent of Los Angeles Unified School District: I believe one of the lasting legacies of this will not be the jobless rate or the unemployment or how quickly restaurants can be reopened or we can have a Major League Baseball season. It will be the health of our public education system.
    Dr. Sanjay Gupta: That was Austin Beutner. He's the superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school system in the country. And now, he's wrestling with the same issue that all educators are facing: Because of this coronavirus pandemic, what will school look like in the future?
    I'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. And this is "Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction."
    As students head back to classrooms in other countries, schools are adapting in order to keep students safe.
    In Taiwan, for example, there are now plastic partitions around the desks of elementary school students during lunch. The Australian government has asked more vulnerable staffers in their schools to work from home if possible. In Denmark, cafeterias are disappearing and students now eat in their classrooms to avoid large gatherings.
    Now, it's the United States' turn to determine what must be done to open schools safely.
    My colleague Evan McMorris-Santoro has been covering the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the United States educational system. I talked with him about how and when students — from pre-K to college — might go back to classrooms.
    Gupta: What have you sort of seen? Are people processing this the way that you would expect? Or are they not believing that this is necessary? What are you hearing?