The St. Andrew’s website reported that the school was preparing for a full-time distance learning or hybrid model with students learning both on and off campus. The school said it “is optimistic that public health conditions will support our implementation of the hybrid model in the fall.” He also left open the possibility of continuing the distance learning introduced in March.The final decision will be made on August 10, a few weeks before the first day of school on September 8.
According to the New York Times, the Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s Capital, where Ivanka Trump’s children attend, has yet to make a decision for fall.
Mr. Trump has been pushing for schools to reopen in the fall. heearlier this month, schools are making a “terrible decision” if they decide to pursue distance learning in the fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“I would say to parents and teachers that you should find yourself a new person who is responsible for this decision, because it is a terrible decision,” Mr. Trump said. “Because children and parents also die from this trauma. They die because they cannot do what they are doing. Mothers cannot go to work because all of a sudden they have to stay home and watch over their child and the fathers. ”
Late Thursday theand an article that argued schools should reopen in the fall, despite what the CDC described as “mixed evidence as to whether going back to school leads to increased transmission or outbreaks” of COVID -19.