Teacher: ‘Parents need to go to work’ does not stop covid-19 at the school entrance

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Teacher: ‘Parents need to go to work’ does not stop covid-19 at the school entrance

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Many have been questioning how schools will reopen in the fall following closures for most of the nation's schools in March. While there was hope that COVID would settle down, it seems to be doing the opposite, and while we inch closer and closer to August, the month when most schools start their fall term, the question remains; How will K-12 schools reopen safely? While many parents, guardians, and even doctors (The American Academy of Pediatrics) are pushing for students to return fully to campus this fall, citing just how necessary in-person teaching is. Teachers get it; we know we need to see our students to give them the best education possible. But, that doesn't stop COVID at the doors of the school.
#Covidteaches, #ASU, #HST580, teacher, student, reopening

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This item was submitted on July 7, 2020 by Morgan Keena using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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