Today’s Five Articles Worth Reading About School Reopening Plans In The Fall
The massive media coverage continues about school reopening plans.
Here are my choices for the top four that have appeared over the past twenty-four hours.
I’m adding these to THE BEST POSTS PREDICTING WHAT SCHOOLS WILL LOOK LIKE IN THE FALL:
Reopened schools in Europe and Asia have largely avoided coronavirus outbreaks. They have lessons for the U.S. is from The Washington Post. This article seems to omit the point that community spread has been low in those countries, but it does provide an interesting overview. One common element is that the risk seems a lot lower in elementary schools than in older ones.
‘I Don’t Want to Go Back’: Many Teachers Are Fearful and Angry Over Pressure to Return is from The NY Times.
Spike in coronavirus cases means some schools won’t open at all this fall is from Ed Source.
The school reopening debate reveals that we don’t listen to teachers about schools is from The Washington Post.
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July 12, 2020 at 03:42AM