The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has garnered more hate and backlash (and some support) from the public over its recent announcement that it supports reopening schools, even as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Parents, teachers, school administrators, custodians and other support staff — and even students who are old enough to understand the risks of going back to school — are anguished about whether schools will reopen. They’re also wondering what they’ll do if they open or don’t.
Everyone has their own opinions, and they’re entitled to them, but there’s no arguing with the fact that reopening schools this fall comes with gargantuan risks — not just to students, but to teachers, administrators, support staff and everyone’s families.
This is no decision to take lightly.
Read the full article on CNet website here.
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