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Why It’s (Mostly) Safe to Reopen the Schools – The Wall Street Journal


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Why It’s (Mostly) Safe to Reopen the Schools – The Wall Street Journal

Every American has a stake in the ongoing debate over how, when and if to reopen schools this fall. Last spring’s pandemic-driven closures affected 62 million pre-primary, primary and secondary school students, not to mention their parents. With the arrival of the school year, the temperature of the debate has risen. The second-largest teachers union,…

Every American has a stake in the ongoing debate over how, when and if to reopen schools this fall. Last spring’s pandemic-driven closures affected 62 million pre-primary, primary and secondary school students, not to mention their parents.

With the arrival of the school year, the temperature of the debate has risen. The second-largest teachers union, the American Federation of Teachers, is preparing for its members to go on strike if schools reopen without their assent. President Trump has expressed a desire to “cut off funding”…

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