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@9TKW843Women’s Equality from Washington answered…2wks

Yes, once children can be vaccinated. Then, only vaccinated children should be allowed to attend an online learning should continue to be offered.

@9TDYLK3Green from West Virginia answered…3wks

Depends on the level of community spread, ability to socially distance students, the ability of teachers and administrators to enforce mask-wearing policies

@9T7B623Women’s Equality from Missouri answered…1mo

@9T6Z785American Solidarity from Georgia answered…1mo

No, but allow students who want to learn in-person to attend in-person

@9T5L346Women’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…1mo

I believe kids should be able to do years k-12 either online or in person regardless of civid. Or be able to chose a blend. Every kid is different, so why should their education style be a "one size fits all" deal?

@9T33VK4Green from Washington answered…1mo

Yes, but mostly for younger grades where in person teaching is more crucial for a child's educational foundation; it is unnecessary at this time for schools to be re-opened for most older students, where they are reasonably and reliable able to complete their work online or at home

@9SZMM2VDemocrat from South Carolina answered…1mo

@9SZDFL4Peace and Freedom from Washington answered…1mo

No, not until every person living in the U.S. is vaccinated.

@9SXK6ZSSocialist from Florida answered…2mos

No, but allow local school districts to decide if they want to reopen and how they do it

@9SWK2QGVeteran from Illinois answered…2mos

if there is an "at risk" teacher that is unwilling to protect themselves accordingly (mask, sheild, vaccination) and not be willing to teach in-school, they should make a decision to teach online only. i dont believe the need to force the schools to reconfigure classrooms for social distancing when they are going to be going down hallways and being in contact. what a waste of money. if i was a parent of an "at risk" student, there is no-way i would have be putting them into the environment of a public school to begin with. the student should be given a choice where they should continue

@9SW9L85Women’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2mos

Yes, but high risk people and their families should be online.

@9STGNZXIndependent from Florida answered…2mos

No, having a half in person and half online system makes education more difficult for everyone. Sticking to one system until we can fully switch over to in person will be easier and less stressful for educators and students.

@9SSZH2SDemocrat from Minnesota answered…2mos

yes but with an online option and school district to school district decision making

@Carole-GilleyPeace and Freedom from Georgia answered…2mos

Not yet, because of the risk it carries to not only children, but also teachers, administrators, and other staff.

@9SPSN93Green from Idaho answered…2mos

Yes, but schools should strictly enforce COVID prevention guidelines and educate their necessity

@9RS4LXQGreen from California answered…3mos

Yes, but only if the vaccine is released in America and widely effective.

@Giacomo-PendolaDemocrat from Texas answered…3mos

yes, but you should have an option between online and in-person

@9RS33KPWomen’s Equality from South Carolina answered…3mos

It depends on the amount of cases in that area. It should also be a choice for a child to be virtual if they wish.

@9RS28B8Republican from Alabama answered…3mos

There is not a substantial answer to this question. Some people can handle going to school, because of a weakened immune system. Then, some people live with relatives that can fight off covid-19.

@9RRZM5RIndependent from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9RRXL2RPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…3mos

It depends on the number of cases still in the country and people vaccinated.

@9RRXFXNDemocrat from Hawaii answered…3mos

Specific metrics to follow to determine is schools should reopen

@9RRXDRHIndependent from North Carolina answered…3mos

It depends on the community spread of COVID in their area, the comfort level of the teaching staff, and the access to online learning tools and internet available to students in the district.

@9RRWPVLConstitution from Missouri answered…3mos

@9RRWHMBPeace and Freedom from Massachusetts answered…3mos

It depends on how much Coronavirus is in the area and how it will affect communities.

@9RRW9S8Veteran from Louisiana answered…3mos

@9RRW49CDemocrat from Texas answered…3mos

Only if infection rate, hospitalizations, and deaths fall dramatically.

@9RRVVQYVeteran from Louisiana answered…3mos

Only if Covid-19 cases have gone down and the risk of being sick is less likely.

@9RRTXKBDemocrat from New York answered…3mos

If the school find a safe way to separate students. Students need to come back to school full time.

@9RRTSXMWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9RRTQLVIndependent from North Carolina answered…3mos

It should be determined when the time comes and decide due to how COVID 19 is still affecting the world or region.

@brooke-MWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…3mos

If the global pandemic calms down, then yes. If it is still as bad then no, there needs to be some form of change.

@9RRSBR5Democrat from Virginia answered…3mos

@9RRRYTSWorking Family from Kansas answered…3mos

Yes and no, it depends on the area, number of cases, and what the students parents want for their child's safety.

@9RRRPXPDemocrat from Maine answered…3mos

If Covid-19 doesn't end up dying down significantly then they shouldn't.

@9RRQR59Democrat from Maryland answered…3mos

Decision should be made this spring. We don’t know enough yet!

@9RRN7DMRepublican from Texas answered…3mos

I think they should still offer virtual for those who want it.

@9RRMNTWLibertarian from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, but allow schools to make the decision through their boards instead of a mandate.

@9RRK2ZNWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

@9RRJY6GDemocrat from Georgia answered…3mos

If the covid vaccine has been administered to all people and we are not at high risk

@9RRJKTBGreen from Georgia answered…3mos

only if everyone is vaccinated and corona has been dealt with properly.

@9RRJD4NWomen’s Equality from Iowa answered…3mos

Yes if it is safe and 80% of staff and student have been vaccinated for COVID 19. Online should still be offered for those who have compromised immune systems.

@9RRJ2VVSocialist from Georgia answered…3mos

Different types of schools(University vs. Elementary) should have different regulations .Depending on the rollout of a widespread vaccine program this will ideally be possible in the fall, but if students and teachers are not properly vaccinated I believe in person schooling should be limited


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