LOS ANGELES TIMES: Open schools sensibly
As US institutions flounder, Uruguay and Denmark are the countries to follow, not Israel
Despite all the fears about reopening schools, we actually know a fair amount from watching other countries about how to do it safely. Success looks a lot like Uruguay and Denmark. It does not look like Israel.
And it bears no resemblance at all to what’s shown in a photo from North Paulding High School in Dallas, in which teenagers are packed into a hallway, few of them wearing masks. Even before classes began, members of the school’s football team were diagnosed with Covid-19. On Sunday, the school announced that nine infections were reported in the first week of classes, and it was temporarily moving to online-only instruction...