Closing schools hurts kids

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had not recommended the general closure of public schools in the spring when panicked governors and local officials shuttered schools across the land. 

These high-minded officials—read Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak—weren’t listening to “the science,” as they claimed. At the time, CDC guidelines recommended closing schools only after an infected person had exposed a campus or in areas of high infection rates—and then only . . .

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