Weekly Roundup: Hybrid Teaching, Herd Immunity, Risks of Reopening

Oct 22, 2020 4:00:00 PM
Here is a quick recap of the latest COVID-19 news for schools and beyond:

  1.  NPR, Are The Risks Of Reopening Schools Exaggerated?, by Anya Kamenetz
  2. The Washington Post, CDC Expands Definition of Who is a ‘Close Contact’ of an Individual with COVID-19, by Lena H. Sun
  3. Nature, The False Promise of Herd Immunity for COVID-19, by Christie Aschwanden
  4. Vox, What We’ve Learned so Far from School Reopenings in the US, by German Lopez
  5. USA Today, Is Reaching Zero COVID-19 Possible?, by Kingstocn Mills
  6. The New York Times, ‘Out of Control’: When Schools Opened in a Virus Hot Spot, by Kate Taylor
  7. Education Week, A Day in the Life of a Hybrid Teacher, by Mary M. McConnaha

What else have you read this week? Feel free to share any links in the comments.

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