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Kids And The Question Of “In Person” or “Remote Learning” During Pandemic

There is a big rush for everything to get opened up and running again just as if there never was a pandemic. This includes the schools.

So the State of Georgia opened up their schools again and the first thing that happened was that kids began coming down with the coronavirus. Great move on the part of some legislative genius in the peach state!

The CDC has said that closing schools can lead to severe Learning loss. They also claim that extended school closures can lead to mental problems in children and can even cause behavioral problems.

So, geniuses everywhere … especially those of you who cannot begin a day without praying to Trump — “Which would you rather have, kids that act out Dr. Spok-Style or kids enshrined in pretty little coffins with lots of flowers all around?

The coronavirus knows nothing about the age of its victims. It has killed kids as well as adults and now some of the knuckle-dragging adults who failed their third grade graduation exams are wetting their pants, waiting for the first opportunity to cram their kids into crowded schools where covid19 death lurks on every touchable surface and in the breath of every infected kid.

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Kids And The Question Of “In Person” or “Remote Learning” During Pandemic


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