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Back to School — Eventually

In the December 17, 2020, issue, a bullet point in the Week argues for keeping schools open with precautions. It is true that the schools appear to play a minor role in spreading the virus. As a teacher, I can attest to the fact that there is a small percentage of students who contract the virus. What has become most disruptive is the quarantining of students and teachers who may have been exposed to a student or staff member who has tested positive for COVID-19. While I understand that quarantines are necessary evils, they have taken

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