More science is showing that schools should open in the Fall.

The New York Post:

The prestigious National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine are the latest to issue a report calling for in-person instruction, saying remote learning is simply ineffective for younger and special-needs students. That echoes last month’s similar advisory from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

“Weighing the health risks . . . against the educational risks,” the new report says, “school districts should prioritize reopening schools full time, especially for grades K-5 and students with special needs.”

It states what’s obvious to parents who struggled with the lack of learning all spring: “Without in-person instruction, schools risk children falling behind academically and exacerbating educational inequities.”

For example, “In grades K-3, children are still developing the skills to regulate their own behavior, emotions and attention, and therefore struggle with distance learning.”

The science is only proving that schools need to open. I thought the left said they were the party of science?

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