Educational groups are having mixed reactions to Governor Inslee’s proclamation requiring all public schools to offer in-person learning options by April 19.
The Washington Education Association — the state teachers union — said in a statement that the order does not take into account districts that do not yet have the proper safety measures in place.
“Local unions are actively bargaining with districts to ensure the return to buildings is as safe as possible,” the statement reads. “Shortcutting those safety processes is not in the best interest of our students, staff, or communities.”
The union said that in-person learning is the best way to go, but
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