Here are new additions to THE BEST POSTS PREDICTING WHAT SCHOOLS WILL LOOK LIKE IN THE FALL:
THE LATEST ON CHICAGO: CPS, CTU still without deal; in-person learning pushed back to Tuesday
While Biden pushes to reopen schools, Europe moves in the opposite direction is from The Washington Post.
The racial disparities over who is returning to D.C. classrooms puts equity spotlight on reopening plan is from The Washington Post.
PSA: Schools never closed. Teachers & admins have been working more, harder & in the most difficult of circumstances.
— Leslie Mac (@LeslieMac) January 31, 2021
Chicago Public Schools principals are being told in meetings this afternoon that all prek-8 teachers are required to report to schools tomorrow. *Those who don’t show up will be locked out of remote work.*
The CTU has said it will strike in that scenario
— Nader Issa (@NaderDIssa) January 31, 2021
In this clip Bill Cassidy claims that “charter schools are open” … when in fact they are less likely to be open than district schools. https://t.co/Adq8ihcHHm
— Matt Barnum (@matt_barnum) January 31, 2021