When you follow certain people on Twitter, you can come into contact with a wide variety of informative takes on issues in education. That’s one reason that I follow Kris Nordstrom who made reference to this article from The New York Times in which several hundred epidemiologists were surveyed about how they are living with the pandemic based on their knowledge and expertise.
In a new informal survey of 700 epidemiologists by The New York Times, half said they would not change their personal behavior until at least 70 percent of the population was vaccinated. Thirty percent said they would make some changes once they were vaccinated themselves.
The percentage of these people who sent their kids back to schools?
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