“Only 4 percent of the nation’s schoolchildren live in counties where coronavirus transmission is low enough for full-time in-person learning without additional restrictions, according to the guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and an analysis of the agency’s latest figures.”
David Lindsay Jr.
Hamden, CT | NYTimes Comment
So many tough choices. Good Article. I just had a weird idea. I’m 68, and in two weeks, I get my 2nd vaccine shot. This fall, high schools could go to two sessions, with half the teachers be recruited from the ranks of the retired, vaccinated college educated community. We would deserve a stipend, but not a union wage. It would get us through the 2021-22 year with all students getting at least half a day at school, maybe more.