In-school learning a necessary but cautionary tale
Everyone agrees children learn best in the classroom, but not every community is convinced it can be done safely when COVID-19 cases are growing within their borders.
“You know, for decades, they’ve been telling us what to do, micromanaging us, giving us regulations. Now all of a sudden, they say, “well, you want local control. You want it, we’ll give it to you; manage this thing,” said Glenn Koocher, executive director of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees.Koocher and Dr. Mary Beth Miotto, vice president of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, joined The Codcast to talk about why they believe in-person learning may be the best way to go, but not with a one-size-fits-all approach.
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