Ever notice how, when it comes to education, everyone is an expert except for the actual experts, who are selfish, ignorant, corrupt hacks?
Teaching during a pandemic is a high risk job
Teachers' exposure to COVID is higher than anyone else outside of healthcare and law enforcement.
Teachers should not be martyrs for their students’ parents
To the teachers I know - thank you for your service to your students and your communities.
Expertise matters: a response to a COVID critic on Facebook
No-one can be an expert in all things, and the average Facebook user lacks the education and experience to be an expert on such complicated subjects as epidemiology or infectious diseases.
100% in-person learning poses an unsafe work environment
Collective action by teachers' unions is needed to protect teachers, students, and the community at large.
I want schools to reopen too. 100% in-person would be lovely. But it's not going to happen, and the sooner we accept this fact and prepare for what will be instead of what we wish, the better off we'll all be.
If you're going to compare governors' and mayors' COVID19 responses to the Nazis in any way, say equating the closure of businesses to Kristalnacht, you're too ignorant to be using Nazi comparisons of any kind. Sit down, shut up, and read some godsdamned history before you open your trap.