The agency’s strange math and blunt statements are missing key nuances—and may be underplaying myocarditis cases in teenage boys in particular.
Virtual school after a snowstorm is yet another kind of techno-solutionist slush that should be plowed away.
Educators have lobbied to be prioritized for the Covid-19 vaccine, but they’ve also made the ethically questionable call to continue to wait to reopen.
It’s supposed to be the perfect compromise between in-person and online education. It could end up as a public health nightmare.
When students head back to class this fall, they may find themselves isolated from each other and wearing masks. This isn’t biosafety—it’s pandemic theater.
Lots of other countries have decided that it’s time to take this step. Why is the US holding back?