Even as the coronavirus pandemic wanes and vaccines become readily available, school districts across the country continue to refuse to commit to fully reopening in the fall.
The Washington Post reported on the disparate approaches schools are taking when it comes to school in the fall.
“School districts across the country are planning to return to full-time, in-person classes this fall. But some also are planning for hybrid systems that combine in-person and remote learning as a fallback. All teachers and staff who want vaccinations will have them, but children will not. Masks and other virus mitigation measures will remain in place in much of the country,” the outlet reported. “Some administrators anticipate lunch in the cafeteria again, but others say students probably will have to eat in their classrooms. Some say sports and choir can return. Others aren’t sure.”
District leaders who spoke to the Post said they were planning for a full return to school, with hybrid systems as a