LIST: These states have closed all schools due to coronavirus

Public schools across the country are closing their doors to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Several states have individual school districts that have opted to close while other schools in the states remain open without a statewide mandate. Education Week put together an interactive map that shows which school districts have closed.

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The duration of the closures vary from state to state. Here’s a list of states that have closed all schools:


Gov. Doug Ducey announced that all Arizona schools would remained closed through the end of the school year.


Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has extended the closure of Chicago Public Schools through April 20. Students will return to class April 21.


Public school campuses in the state of Florida will be closed until April 15, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced, while all testing for students in the state's K-12 public schools will be canceled for the remainder of the school year.


Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order Thursday to extend closures of all public elementary and secondary schools for in-person instruction for the next month. Students will be allowed to return to school on Monday, April 27. 


Public and private schools in the state of Illinois will be closed until the end of March, according to the state's governor. All Illinois schools grades K-12 will be closed starting Tuesday, March 17 and set to resume March 30. 


Classes at all Kansas public schools would stop meeting in person and switch to digital classes for the rest of the school year, FOX 4 reported.


All schools will be closed for two weeks beginning March 16.


Schools will be closed for three weeks beginning March 16.

New Jersey

Starting Wednesday, all schools and colleges will close in response to the growing coronavirus outbreak.

New Mexico

Schools will be closed for three weeks beginning at the end of the March 16 school day.


Schools will be closed for three weeks starting at the end of the school day on March 16.


Schools will be closed for two weeks beginning March 16.


Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on March 13 the closure of all Pennsylvania schools for two weeks beginning March 16. 


Virginia Governor Ralph Northam ordered that all non-essential business close for the foreseeable future and that schools in the state remain closed for the rest of the year while the state deals with the coronavirus outbreak.

Washington, D.C.

Schools will be closed for two weeks beginning March 16.


Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers ordered all of the state’s public and private K-12 schools closed from March 18 until April 5, saying they could close earlier if they wished and the reopening date may be delayed.

This story was reported from Atlanta. The Associated Press contributed to this report.