This is an ideal time for school administrators to carefully consider their mitigation strategies to help protect students, teachers, and staff
As the debate about resuming in-person classes in schools across the country continues, it’s clear that the most pressing priorities of schools have changed. In previous years, school administrators used to be occupied with issues surrounding funding, safety, and physical access control. Although all those issues are still valid, the coronavirus pandemic has added additional layers of concern. The body of evidence is growing that children of all ages are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection and, contrary to early reports, they might play a role in transmission.
This is, therefore, an ideal time for school administrators to carefully consider their mitigation strategies to