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It’s Insane We’re Even Discussing Sending Kids to School This Fall

The Sophie’s choice between continued house arrest and potentially exposing our kids to the virus is no choice at all

Children in a pre-school class wear masks and sit at desks spaced apart as per coronavirus guidelines during summer school.
Children in a pre-school class wear masks and sit at desks spaced apart as per coronavirus guidelines n Monterey Park, California. Photo: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images

My kids aren’t going to school this fall. The district we live in has yet to formally enact its plans for the 2020–2021…

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Drew Magary

Drew Magary

Columnist at GEN. Co-founder, Defector. Author of Point B.

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