Five months into a worsening COVID-19 pandemic, the question on everyone’s mind is whether we should re-open schools.
You would be hard pressed to find anyone that does not want to re-open schools. They are vital to the health and success of our kids, our families and our communities.
But equally vital questions are whether we are ready — and who should decide?
To the first question, it’s not just about infection, positivity and death rates — though none of those are moving in the right direction. …
In less than two months, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought tragedy to every corner of America — with nearly a million sickened (that we know of), nearly 50,000 fatalities, tens of millions out of work, and mounting frustration from everyday Americans facing the double whammy of economic devastation and social isolation.
But there have also been incredible stories of community solidarity and triumph — frontline workers and everyday neighbors stepping up in ways big and small. People of all ages are learning to connect in new ways. …
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