Will Iowa School Districts back the CDC's in person learning plans?

Yesterday the Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines for a return to in person learning in the nation's schools this Fall.

“It is critically important for our public health to open schools this fall,” said CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield. “The CDC resources released today will help parents, teachers and administrators make practical, safety-focused decisions as this school year begins. I know this has been a difficult time for our Nation’s families. School closures have disrupted normal ways of life for children and parents, and they have had negative health consequences on our youth. CDC is prepared to work with K-12 schools to safely reopen while protecting the most vulnerable,” he added.

This comes as hundreds of Iowa teachers have signed up on line to protest at the State Capitol today.

So will Iowa School Districts comply?

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