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Reply by FlatGround

They are wrt what their friends want to see and what will get views. They're not wrt what adults/coaches want to see and what will get ...
FlatGround

Reply by fishnsail

If anyone knows the Southern California map: The 3 very populated counties from North to South along the coast: LA - Schools- "Keep...

Reply by ABSORBER

There is PLENTY baseball being played in this country right now. Just not MLB or MiLB. Lots of people in stands and attending games. I'm...

Reply by LuckyCat

You are not taking it seriously. You are minimizing it. It is indeed here to stay and we will need to figure out how to live with it...

Reply by wildcat

NH actually had a pretty bad outbreak at the beginning in relation to its small population, at twice the rate of its neighbors (VT/ME)...

Reply by PitchingFan

SC governor just mandated that all districts WILL open on September 8th and will have to provide 5 day in person and online options.

Reply by ABSORBER

Science of convenience? Science of affirmation? Political science? Science doesn't happen in the span of two or three months. These...

Reply by Viking0

For our local district, they are not 'requiring' it, as they don't want to have to deal with the discipline issues it will cause. We...

Reply by ABSORBER

I consider myself a logical person. My logic says that people who think this disease will just go away if we all take it seriously...

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

That's surprising given some of their other restrictions, but NH has one of the lowest counts in the country doesn't it? Are the local...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by Iowamom23

Well, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea are all playing baseball with fans in the stands. Seems like they did something right.
Iowamom23

Reply by anotherparent

So you're saying that no science should be done in the middle of a crisis, because it will all be too recent? Of course no American...

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

Our teachers will be live-streamed all day for the virtual kids. Most teachers are not happy with this. I personally wouldn't want my...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by anotherparent

Yep, that's how it is here, too. I heard from a principal that the only people requesting virtual were those with clear health issues in...

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

Jeez, maybe FL should tell the teachers here they can go teach in GA! That'll shut em up quick. The kids in Atlanta metro are probably...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by Iowamom23

Haven’t people in Asia worn masks for years to prevent flu spread? Maybe we should check out their studies.
Iowamom23

Reply by LuckyCat

Some districts in Georgia, in the Atlanta metro area no less, have just flat out said they cannot socially distance their classrooms,...

Reply by ABSORBER

You mean all the literature he scanned written in the span of the last two or three months? Like this one: "The detection of SARS-CoV-2...

Reply by LuckyCat

I guess the upshot is, parents talk to you kids about how they can best use social media for college recruiting purposes. Scroll through...

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

I have no idea what classes are like in CA, but in FL, they aren't overcrowded, desks are 6 feet apart facing the same direction (which...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by LuckyCat

Actually, as a legal matter, this is true. The Supreme Court has not recognized a "right" to education.

Reply by Smitty28

It doesn't matter. Neither you nor I are at the negotiating table so neither of us really know what is being "demanded" in the actual...

Reply by LuckyCat

TBPT, there will be no "normal" education for now. It's going to suck no matter what. If we all pull together and take this virus...

Reply by roothog66

I never said it was. WTH are you talking about? I wasn't the one complaining about "taking away rights," so that burden is on you. Your...
roothog66

Reply by FoxDad

It's been that way here (Virginia) since March or April. Though in a way it's a joke - I've seen some customers not wearing a mask after...

Reply by roothog66

Look, my wife's a teacher and she actually wants to go back because she finds teaching online far more difficult. However, there has to...
roothog66

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

My wife is a teacher (doesn't belong to the union). I'm well aware of what is in their contract. The union spent 3 hours in front of the...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by roothog66

What your missing is that most teachers sign their new contracts for the year in August and a lot of teacher's unions are telling their...
roothog66

Reply by roothog66

Actually, they are being talked about a lot. Also, where do you get the idea that "in person" education is a "right?" Please show me...
roothog66

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

Right, so let's just take away the rights of those who aren't scared and want to receive a normal education. Online learning works great...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

Seems to be pretty split down the middle where I live as far as families sending kids back. Our back to school plan sounds almost...
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by roothog66

Excellent point. While there is talk about how bad distance learning is, there are an increasing number of kids who were switching to...
roothog66

Reply by roothog66

Here's the argument I don't hear enough which has the most merit to me. You are going to have kids test positive. Is the plan to just...
roothog66

Reply by roothog66

Again, you're listing things from a report. Please address the ACTUAL "demands" that the union presented in bargaining negotiations.
roothog66

Reply by roothog66

Smitty, you continue to put out this crap. While an internal study paid for by the teacher's union did, in fact RECOMMEND this, the...
roothog66

Reply by roothog66

Because THEY DID NOT DEMAND THAT. Jesus. Read the actual demands from the Teacher's union I posted above.
roothog66

Reply by Smitty28

I clicked on the first link (Washington Examiner) which included a link to the unions "research paper", which is a list of demands that...

Reply by anotherparent

Wait, so this means that the families are opting out of being in the classrooms. Hm, that's not the impression I was getting from the...

Reply by TerribleBPthrower

A lot of talk right now of mass teacher layoffs due to the number of kids opting for virtual or home schooling this year.
TerribleBPthrower

Reply by anotherparent

I said it was an opinion piece. Do you know what footnotes are? The data and science are in the articles cited in the footnotes. It's...
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