As schools grapple with bringing kids back into the classroom, parents — and teachers — are worried about safety. We asked paediatricians, infectious disease specialists and education experts for help evaluating school district plans.
What we learned: There’s no such thing as zero risk, but certain practices can lower the risk of an outbreak at school and keep kids, teachers and families safer.
If you’re considering sending your child back to school this fall or in the coming months, start with assessing both your own family’s personal risk and the level of spread in your community.
Read the full article on the NPR website.
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