Let's Learn from Peer Countries How to Open Schools Safely
*Guest blogger Nathan Storey is a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University
The time to develop and finalize plans for the reopening of U.S. schools in the fall is closing. Labor Day is little more than a month away. How are states to determine the best methods of reopening schools?
One potential source of information about school opening may be the experiences of other countries that have already opened their schools. Fortunately, a number of other countries have been conducting a natural experiment, whether they think of it that way or not, and the United States has the opportunity to draw important lessons from their experiences in order to create plans for safe instruction.
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