CDC Says Schools Can Safely Reopen, But Will They?

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Leila Kubesch, Spanish teacher, Norwood High School, Cincinnati, OH.

Andrea Wader, parent; president, John C. Fremont Elementary PTA, Long Beach, CA.

Jennifer Nuzzo, DrPH, senior scholar, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security; associate professor of epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore.

Craig Broeren, superintendent, Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools, Wood County, WI. “K-12 School Opening Tracker.”

Education Week: “Pressure Builds on Schools to Reopen During Pandemic,” “Where Teachers Are Eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine.”

National Education Association: “Educators Should Receive Priority Access to COVID Vaccine.”

CBS News: “Biden school reopening guidance expected to focus on COVID mitigation, rather than teacher vaccination.”

Chicago Tribune: “Chicago Public Schools is about to reopen after a bitter union fight. Now the hard part begins: Rebuilding trust, and making good on COVID-19 protection vows.”

NBC News: “Teachers say they want the Covid-19 vaccine before they head back to the classroom.”

US News & World Report: “Biden’s Bid to Reopen Schools Plagued by Setbacks.”

JAMA Network: “Data and Policy to Guide Opening Schools Safely to Limit the Spread of SARS-CoV-2 Infection.”

CDC Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report: “COVID-19 Cases and Transmission in 17 K-12 Schools –Wood County, Wisconsin, August 31-November 29, 2020.”

Long Beach Unified School District. “What happens when a county turns purple on the Ohio COVID-19 map?” “Operational Strategy for K-12 Schoolsthrough Phased Mitigation.”

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