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Old 06-30-2020, 04:37 AM
 
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Fractured, you must be kidding. There will definitely be a lot of work for subs. Every article I read about the need for subs next school year backs that fact up. Just read the article I posted above as one of many examples. There will be a lot of schools doing staggered schedules, meaning a much greater demand for subs to cover those teachers who have to work virtually on certain days (for those teachers who have multiple classes). Now, if your state doesn't require masks for children, then you have every right not to return. But, dont expect unemployment to keep giving you free money if there is work being offered to you.

Here in NJ, the guidelines say that if any individual who comes to school is suspected or tests positive for COVID, they will be required to stay home for 14 days and the health dept will be notified as well. No mention of closing an entire school if a few cases are detected. The goal is to trace and isolate those individuals. They only plan to close if there is a widespread outbreak in a particular district.
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