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Alicia Marks, owner of Marks of Excellence Child Care Center in Amityville, New York, tells TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones how she plans to reopen her facility by adjusting her cleaning practices, capacity and more to create a safe environment for her young students. Parents Charline and Tyrone Peterson also talk about the toll remote learning has taken on their 5-year-old son.