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Legislators increase pressure to open schools as most stay closed this fall

Original post made on Jan 12, 2021

A group of state Assembly members has co-authored a bill that would require schools to at least partially physically reopen next spring if their county escapes the state's purple tier.

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Posted by B
a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Jan 12, 2021 at 9:45 pm

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The OEA proposal that they continue with remote education, even though the data shows in person is safe with precautions, AND that they are next in line for the vaccine is unacceptable. Those vaccines could be better utilized if the teachers won’t agree to return when we are in Red.
Beyond that, the disservice to our kids by arguing to return only when cases are near zero is so astonishing. It makes you think twice of trusting your kids with them. Give the vaccines to someone else, alameda county.

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