With educators getting COVID-19 vaccine, it’s time to open schools

Vaccinations for teachers, which began on Monday, mean there’s no argument left for closing down schools. Many elementary classrooms reopened full time in December, and they should stay that way. The rest of the education system must follow suit: no more lame excuses.  The case for continuing to keep students glued to their screens, suffering… Read story at The New York Post

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