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REOPENING SCHOOL BUILDINGS SAFELY
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REOPENING SCHOOL BUILDINGS SAFELY

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About This Lesson

There is no question that educators want to be back in their classrooms with their students. They know that kids need in-person learning and that remote instruction is no substitute for it. Educators know that 30 million children rely on schools for food each day, that the digital divide increases inequities among children, and that schools are places to build relationships and have positive social interactions. But reopening school buildings has to be done safely.

In this resource, we will address the initial three conditions essential for school buildings to reopen, which are:

  1. Low infection rates and adequate testing in any region where in-school learning is being considered;
  2. Public health safeguard to help prevent the spread of the virus in school, including masks and social distancing, cleaning and ventilation, handwashing, and reasonable accommodations for those at risk; and
  3. The necessary resources to enact each and every one of these safeguards.

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