Teachers’ unions across America are calling for the halt of in-person learning as coronavirus cases climb once again.
Although some state governments have relaxed health restrictions, allowing schools to reopen their doors with precautionary measures in place, the success of a classroom setting amidst the pandemic has been a mixed bag.
In August, a Georgia school district was forced to quarantine nearly 1,200 students and staff members after a second-grader tested positive on the first day of instruction.
Georgia, led by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, was one of the states with the least regulation – it opened bowling alleys and barbershops in April against the direction of experts leading the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Read more…