Here are new additions to THE BEST POSTS PREDICTING (& SHOWING) WHAT SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE DURING THE PANDEMIC (you might also be interested in SCHOOLS WENT REMOTE A YEAR AGO – HERE ARE MY CHOICES FOR THE BEST PIECES WRITTEN ABOUT SCHOOL REOPENING SINCE THEN):
Schools Are Dropping Mask Requirements, But A New CDC Study Suggests They Shouldn’t is from NPR.
The Rush to Reopen Schools Comes at a Price for Marginalized Students appeared in Education Post.
Schools, Summer Camps Left Waiting for CDC Guidance on Vaccinated Kids, Staff is from US News.
Pressure to end school mask mandates isn't just coming from state legislators. As @anderelizm and I find, more than 30% of U.S. parents somewhat agree/agree/strongly agree that kids should get to choose whether to wear masks in school. Among white dads (Rep or Dem), it's >50%. 1/ https://t.co/QsPXqk7K3o
— Jess Calarco (@JessicaCalarco) May 20, 2021
Asian American students are opting to stay remote at higher rates than their peers:
– 60% of Asian American kids
– 47% of Hispanic kids
– 45% of Black kids
– 19% of White kids
I asked AAPI mothers across the country why. My latest via @19thnews: https://t.co/LraAOiKcZP
— Mariel Padilla (@marielpadilla_) May 11, 2021