Gov. Scott is contesting the grade given by the VT NEA. “It’s not as though we’ve taken a hands-off approach.”
"The Vermont teachers union has graded Vermont schools with a D-plus for overall reopening readiness. The grade was determined through an assessment of local union presidents, nurses and educational staff in all districts but a few. The survey covers areas such as health and safety, testing and tracking, adequate staffing, ventilation, contingency plans and statewide guidance. None of the overarching categories were graded higher than a C. The highest grade for a specific question was an A-minus because 85% of survey-takers say their district has Personal Protection Equipment and distancing requirements in place.."
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