Why Are We Closing Schools?

Nina Schwalbe, (2020). Why Are We Closing Schools?. The Atlantic, n/a-n/a

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    Author Nina Schwalbe
    Title Why Are We Closing Schools?
    Appearing in The Atlantic
    Publication Date 2020-11-20
    Place of Publication United States
    Publisher The Atlantic
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    Language eng
    Abstract Keeping students home is unnecessary. Reopening schools doesn’t appear to meaningfully increase the level of risk faced by teachers or students, but closing them causes well-documented damage to students. Evidence from around the world—and even from New York City—shows not only that many schools should remain open, but that officials should take more steps to open up classrooms.
    Keyword COVID-19 pandemic
    Education
    School
    Learning
    Copyright Holder The Atlantic
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
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