Nearly two-thirds of Americans do not believe it is safe for K-12 students to return to school, according to a new nationwide survey led by researchers from Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Northeastern, Harvard and Northwestern universities. Only 31 percent of participants think returning to school is very safe or somewhat safe. The survey, published by The COVID-19 Consortium for Understanding the Public’s Policy Preferences Across States, indicates that women, people with lower incomes, non-whites and Democrats are less likely to consider sending their children back to school this fall. To read the full story.
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