Students in San Francisco public schools have been learning remotely since the coronavirus pandemic forced a nationwide shutdown in March 2020.
Very few of us have the option to live our lives in a way that eliminates any risk of infection.
Students and families suffer while the teachers’ unions flex their muscles.
The CTU voted Monday to defy the city school district and continue to work remotely.
The coronavirus pandemic forced the mass closure of schools and many have struggled to return to in-person learning.
There is no reason to prioritize non-vulnerable people who aren't working in jobs with lots of in-person social contact.
The time has come for religious parents to take their children back from the state.
'The moment Trump said that we ought to get people back in schools, there was a huge chunk of people that . . . just wanted to defy Trump.'
Even the superintendent will opt out when given the opportunity.