What schools will look like when they reopen: Scheduled days home, more online learning, lots of hand-washing
An outline of a potential school day was drawn from interviews with more than 20 education leaders determining what reopened schools might look like come fall. In the absence of a vaccine for COVID-19, they know social distancing and hygiene will be important to limit spreading the virus. The question is how to implement those measures in schools usually filled with crowded hallways, class sizes of more than 30 people and lunchrooms of hundreds.
Beyond blanket health recommendations, schools will have to figure out the rest by themselves – with little new money to pay for the changes they need to make.
Source: USA Today