Why experts are urging caution before opening schools in the fall
from By Bambi Majumdar (commentary)
School's out for the summer in most places and districts are now focusing on how to prepare for classes in the fall. While the number of new nationwide COVID-19 cases is abating, and a large percentage of the afflicted have recovered, new cases are still happening daily. Psychologists agree that no amount of distance learning can replicate the benefits of in-person learning. However, most experts agree that we need more research and information about the virus to guide decision-making for reopening U.S. schools.
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