Vaccinations: How K-12 districts handle state mandates and parent pushback
from District Administration Magazine
With measles outbreaks leading more states to end or limit nonmedical vaccination exemptions, school district administrators are increasingly finding themselves in the uncomfortable role of vaccination police. New York ended religious and nonmedical exemptions for student vaccinations in June, joining a growing number of states aiming to prevent the spread of disease — and leaving district administrators to ensure that all students receive required vaccines and to handle pushback from parents.
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