Should we use hotels, motels, restaurants, & movie theaters as classrooms? [In a letter to the editor at LA Times]

To the editor: One problem frequently cited as a reason not to open schools is space. Social distancing requirements would be difficult to meet if students congregated in classrooms. Hotels and motels were opened to homeless people and healthcare providers. This arrangement helped those businesses stay open. Similarly, why not use restaurants as classrooms? They have […]

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