Concerned1

Concerned1

Funny how tax payers without children pay for these expenses year after year without similar complaints.

Concerned1

According to a Harris Poll, 51% of Americans shifted to working from home due to the pandemic. Guess teachers are just part of the majority here, still working therefore still getting paid.

Concerned1

Aren’t most parents working from home these days being “paid to watch their own kids”?

Concerned1

So what happens when they decide to return to school buildings and have a huge employee shortage?

Concerned1

You’ve obviously never spent much time with children! They are germ spreaders in normal times, licking, spitting, touching themselves, not washing hands....Not to mention the parents that regularly Tylenol up their kids to magically make fevers disappear so Johnny can head to school.

Concerned1

Teachers aren’t the ones making this decision. Push your bad karma on those who have decision making power, not the peons following policy.

Concerned1

Quality teaching online is very different than just viewing a taped recording of a teacher.

Concerned1

Right, but she’s saying by choosing to send students and teachers to school we increase the level of community spread which impacts everyone

Concerned1

But maybe instead of spending excessive time and resources trying to figure out how a very complicated hybrid system can work, they could have been focused on creating a rigorous distance learning curriculum and ensuring staff and students are trained on the new platform.

Concerned1

How about kids with significant food allergies? What if they sit at a desk at which a previous student enjoyed a nice PB&J? If students are eating lunch in the classroom and teachers aren’t supposed to be disinfecting between classes....