Learning from International Schools Outbreaks after COVID-19 Re-openings: The Case of the United Kingdom

Learning from International Schools
Outbreaks after COVID-19 Re-openings:
The Case of the United Kingdom
By guest blogger Nathan Storey
For much of the summer, U.S. education leaders and media have questioned how to safely reopen schools to students and teachers. Districts have struggled to put together concrete plans for how to structure classes, how much of the instruction would be in person, how to maintain social distancing in the classroom, and how to minimize health risks...In a series of case studies, I will examine the experiences of how other countries with similar education systems dealt with outbreaks in their schools and share lessons learned for the United States.

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