A Vermont school district “needs” to go to remote learning in the weeks following the Thanksgiving-Christmas vacation because parents aren’t telling the truth about whether their kids have been traveling out of state. That’s the best long-term strategy to protect in-person learning, a school nurse said.
"Nurse Jen Burke said it is clear that parents are not answering daily health surveys honestly when they are asked if they or their children have traveled out of state: the students themselves tell school staff they have been out of state. As a result, she said, many students are already out of the classroom, either due to signs of illness or they are quarantined because of travel out of state."
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