Ordinarily, I’d add these new articles and videos to The Best Posts Predicting (& Showing) What Schools Look Like During The Pandemic. However, that list is just getting too massive. So, in the future, if you want to find these in one place, click here:
Puerto Rico to make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for school is from The Washington Post.
Student still not assigned teacher under Sac City Unified independent study program, parent says is from KCRA.
The case for mandating Covid-19 vaccines for kids is from Vox.
And my personal favorite piece on the benefits of wearing a mask – there is incredible power and value in signaling to other people, "I care about you." And showing children we can do small things to help each other. https://t.co/QOcD6LCbyp
— Jennifer Binis (@JennBinis) November 6, 2021
This year, the students need more from us, and many teachers have less to give. Something has to change for the good of all of us.https://t.co/jAnUtb1LvZ
— Tom Rademacher (@MrTomRad) November 6, 2021
Parents of students New York City can get $100 if their children are vaccinated against Covid, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced. The money will come in the form of a prepaid debit card. https://t.co/KNxudbyuxg
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 5, 2021
I know there's desire for coverage of the parents excited to get their kids vaccinated, not just those adamantly opposed.
Here is our story about the enthusiasm playing out across the country with kids ages 5-11 newly eligible https://t.co/piJWPMzGJ9 w/ @lindseybever
— Fenit Nirappil (@FenitN) November 3, 2021
New: California schools are forging ahead with student vaccine mandates, a test case for the nation. While schools want to move now to stop the virus, concerns about turning kids away from classrooms remain as Black, Latino and low income vaccine rates laghttps://t.co/gzWwPBKuto
— Mackenzie Mays (@MackenzieMays) November 3, 2021