Once again, government schools are prioritizing the teachers’ fear over the education and mental health of kids.
MADISON, Wis. — The Madison Metropolitan School District is going virtual, delaying its return from winter break due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Dane County, the district said Thursday evening.
In a news release, the district said instruction is now set to begin on January 6. Classes had been set to resume on Monday.
“Thursday’s return to instruction will be virtual, as planning continues for the district’s intended transition from winter break back to in-person learning,” the release reads. “All MMSD staff will return to their work spaces, schedule, and routines on Monday, January 3.”