Seems to me the planning and preparing for the probable flare up of covid-19 in the fall and maybe again and again, until there is a vaccine, isnt a bad idea. I feel sorry for the educators and students who were blindsided with the closures and had to build the plane when they were flying it. I also hear there is a significant need to educate parents to support their children.
We need to be better prepared if the schools have to close again.
Improving technology for both teachers and students and developing options to allow social distancing and preventing crowding in schools, as well as better internet access doesn't seem like a bad idea either.
Hopefully, everyone is smart enough to make sure the teachers are heard in the process.
2. When you quote something, could you mention the source? Took me a lot of time to figure out this was from the Washington Post.
3. Seems to me this discussion has nothing whatever to do with the Waterloo CSD audit. Perhaps, when you do a 180, you could start a new topic? I almost didn't read it because of the topic.
"No amount of evidence will ever convince an idiot."