Donald Trump urges states to consider opening schools before summer - Times of India

Source: The Times of India - View Original Article
Published: Apr 29, 2020
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98% "Reopening schools is considered key to getting the economy moving again.""
94% "Only a few have publicly discussed earlier openings, including Montana, which says school districts can resume classroom instruction on May 7.""
92% "Young people seem to do very well""
88% "Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said on CNN that it's way too early to reopen his city's schools, adding that you don't get a ..."
85% "Trump made the comments as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention worked to finalize guidelines for reopening the economy.""
76% "I think you'll see a lot of schools open up even if it's for a very short period of time, he said.""
73% "Three weeks?""
70% "It's good the president understands that reopening society and the economy hinges on successfully and safely reopening schools, said Randi Weingarten, the union's president.""
68% "But some education officials say opening schools quickly would bring major risk and little reward, especially since the end of the school year is ..."
67% "It's not a big subject, young children have done very well in this disaster that we've all gone through, he said.""

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98% : Reopening schools is considered key to getting the economy moving again.
94% : Only a few have publicly discussed earlier openings, including Montana, which says school districts can resume classroom instruction on May 7.
92% : Young people seem to do very well
88% : Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said on CNN that it's "way too early" to reopen his city's schools, adding that "you don't get a lot of credit for moving too quickly to reopen."
85% : Trump made the comments as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention worked to finalize guidelines for reopening the economy.
76% : "I think you'll see a lot of schools open up even if it's for a very short period of time," he said.
73% : Three weeks?
70% : "It's good the president understands that reopening society and the economy hinges on successfully and safely reopening schools," said Randi Weingarten, the union's president.
68% : But some education officials say opening schools quickly would bring major risk and little reward, especially since the end of the school year is approaching.
67% : It's not a big subject, young children have done very well in this disaster that we've all gone through," he said.
66% : For schools, that included putting students' desks 6 feet apart, serving meals in the classroom instead of the cafeteria and closing playgrounds.
63% : "Are they going to reopen for two weeks?
63% : Responding to Trump's comments, one of the nation's largest teachers unions said there's still much work to be done before schools can open safely.
62% : Without a safe place for their kids, many parents would have difficulty returning to work.
61% : WASHINGTON:
59% : Trump made the comments on Monday in a call with governors discussing how to reopen their economies, among other topics.
54% : In many districts, officials have said it's still unclear whether students will be able to return to the classroom by next fall.
53% : While addressing Vice President Mike Pence, Trump added that it's something "they can seriously consider, and maybe get going on."
52% : " said Daniel Domenech, executive director of the American Association of School Administrators, "It's not the right thing to do.
51% : At a White House news conference on Monday, Trump acknowledged that there's little time left in the school year, even as he said many states are thinking about getting kids back into the classroom.
49% : "In terms of what this vicious virus goes after, young people seem to do very well.
49% : so I know that there are some governors that aren't necessarily ready to open up states, but they may be ready to open up the school systems.
42% : Particularly when we're involving the safety and welfare of our students."
42% : The American Federation of Teachers said there needs to be better testing and tracking for the virus, and schools must have access to personal protective equipment.
40% : US President Donald Trump says states should "seriously consider" reopening their public schools before the end of the academic year, even though dozens already have said it would be unsafe for students to return until the summer or fall.
40% : And even if they do, many are planning for social distancing measures that could make school look radically different from the past.
37% : None of the governors on the call responded to the suggestion, according to a recording obtained by The Associated Press.
34% : "Some of you might start thinking about school openings, because a lot of people are wanting to have the school openings.
26% : " Schools across the nation have closed during the pandemic, and dozens of states have ordered their schools to remain closed through the rest of this academic year.

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