School leaders are still trying to digest a set of plans released late Friday afternoon by the CDC, a 35-page roadmap with some of the clearest guidance yet for safely returning students to in-person learning. To do it, schools will have to hit a number of safety criteria and make sure community spread is low. But it also addressed a political lightning rod, vaccinating teachers. Correspondent Joanna Gagis has more on whether New Jersey’s educators are giving the plans a passing grade.
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