Reopening schools and virtual learning
Experts provide valuable insights:
An expert group from the Stanford University School of Medicine recommends that schools should record the temperature of students when children arrive every morning as part of a multi-level screening program for students and faculty. As schools across the United States reopen and children who go to school test positive for the corona virus, safely returning students to school remains the focus of many people’s attention.
General Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine said:
The author of the General Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine said in a comment on Tuesday: “However, because many school districts face budget constraints, schools must evaluate their options and determine measures that are particularly important and feasible for their communities.”
Covid-19 cases among American children has increased by 90% in the past four weeks:
Their guidance comes at a time when the number of children receiving Covid-19 has increased dramatically. According to the latest analysis by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children’s Hospital Association, the number of Covid-19 cases among American children has increased by 90% in the past four weeks.
Experts suggest that the school district should create a Covid-19 task force composed of key stake holders to develop safety procedures and policies. The author recommends a three-pronged testing method in cooperation with local hospitals.
The author also discussed the school’s continued flexibility needs, the development of a virtual learning plan, and the possible need for additional nurses, psychologists and social workers in the school. The author said: “In conclusion, in order to maximize health and education outcomes, the school district should take some or all of the measures in accordance with the AAP guidelines and prioritize them after taking into account the local Covid-19 incidence.
Idea of virtual learning:
Another option for reopening the school is virtual learning-the authors of the Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Florida School Of Medicine and the Kent State University Educational Technology Research Center said this has its own considerations, and they published another comment on JAMA. Pediatrics Tuesday.
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