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67,000 Pediatricians Say Kids Should Be Back in School This Fall

Total242 One of the wildest thing about the coronavirus outbreak has been the media’s obsession with sharing the most dire forecast out there from any “expert.” This share the worst fear porn mantra has particularly been in effect when it comes to any “expert” doctor or scientist predicting doom and gloom. Without fail the worst ...

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Written by Clay Travis

Clay Travis is an author, radio show host, lawyer, TV analyst, and the founder of OutKick (formerly known as Outkick the Coverage).
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  1. Hey Clay,
    With all due respect, I think you just authored a “dog bites man” piece. It would have been a story if the doctors said DON’T go back to school. It’s like the docs saying “sunshine is good for you”. We all know kids have to go back, from K thru 16 and even more than that; night school for adults trying to get undergrad and advanced degrees also.
    The argument that needs to be highlighted is the bureaucracy being moved to get schools ready. All I’ve heard is the administrators wringing their hands, “oh woe is me”. Tick, tock everybody.
    Clay, I know you’ve been to parent teacher nights like a lot of us have over the years. You’ve seen how it’s almost impossible to get an educator to commit to anything at those meetings, so you can imagine what it’s like at the admin level when they meet to discuss school stuff.
    Doesn’t matter what WE THE PEOPLE think about spacing and washing hands and different hallways for student traffic patterns and how much is enough.
    I just read that in NYS some Albany types are saying that in the “big yellows”…the 66-seaters, the plan is to alternate rows and alternate sides of the aisle. Someone said they’d need 2x the buses for that to work and there ain’t 2x the buses available. A big yellow would only be able to transport approx. 10 students per trip if that plan was adopted. If you think that’s crazy, how about when the students actually get inside the school building? So the pediatric association says, “sure, kids need to go back to school”…okay.
    Thanks, Clay, for everything you’re doing to take Outkick to the next level, most especially in getting Jason to partner with you.
    Cheers,
    Rick

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