Prof. Galia Rahav, who chairs the department of infectious diseases at the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv, said in an interview that “what happened in schools is just too much gathering, day after day, and kids come home and infect mom and dad. The top numbers of new infections were in kids.” … [Read more...] about Israeli Data Show School Openings Were a Disaster That Wiped Out Lockdown Gains
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“I’m going to be myself,” he said, and from the beginning of his courtship with Fox, executives there told him, “We’re really interested in you and what you have to say and you’re in the driving seat. And that’s really been the case. It’s been really a fantastic experience. I’m bringing myself to Fox. The audience may like it, they may not like it, but that’s what I’m going to be doing.” … [Read more...] about Could this San Francisco tech CEO’s show pull Fox to the middle?
“Santos Benavides was the highest-ranking Tejano in the Confederate Army, but that’s only a small part of his life,” Thompson said. “He had a long, very distinguished career as a public servant. And when he was serving in the House of Representatives in 1879, he was the only person of Mexican ancestry who was in the Legislature.” … [Read more...] about No plans to change Laredo school named after Confederate colonel
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: The really big question mark right now is whether there'll be school here this fall. Because harvest season -- almost more than planting -- is all hands on deck. That would be really, really difficult to manage both kids with no childcare. … [Read more...] about Steve Hilton: Reopen our schools or give me my school money back
Plan: Hybrid and distance learning. Elementary schools will start with a hybrid schedule, with students at school part time in the morning or afternoon. Middle and high school students start online only with opportunities for on-campus activities. Choice of distance learning only for all students. … [Read more...] about Will your Bay Area school be online, in-person or both? A sampling of districts’ fall plans