Despite vaccines, major U.S. newspapers suggest entire school districts may need to close this year

New York Times and Washington Post journalists warn rising cases may warrant closures

As some peer nations return to relative normalcy in their schools, education and health reporters at the New York Times and Washington Post warned yesterday that whole-district closures could still be in the cards for American students and families this year.

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Some thoughts on reopening America’s public schools.

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Some thoughts on reopening America’s public schools.

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