As schools across the United States struggle to reopen, they are facing huge budget shortfalls caused by the coronavirus pandemic. And the impact isn't going to be felt evenly.
“It essentially means if we are exposed and we know we might potentially be positive, we still have to come to school and we might at that point be carriers and spreaders."
School districts are facing coronavirus outbreaks as they begin to reopen without the federal funding necessary to do so safely.
The majority of American parents disagree with President Donald Trump’s push for in-person instruction come fall semester, according to a recent survey.
The new guidance focuses on low rates of transmission in schools located where community transmission is low, and emphasizes the social and mental health risks of keeping children out of school.
The president of the National Education Association says schools need federal guidance and funding in order to reopen safely.
The majority of U.S. public school districts need to make significant building repairs to their schools, but lack the funding to do so, a new study reports.