Saturday, July 18, 2020

Milwaukee schools are not allowed to reopen under current COVID-19 conditions, though some were planning to

From JSOnline:

Annysa JohnsonDevi Shastri
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

iMlwaukee schools and universities that have been planning to offer face-to-face instruction this fall may need to shift gears after the city Health Department quietly enacted stricter guidelines for when in-person classes may resume. 
While Milwaukee Public Schools has opted to start the school year online, Marquette University, UWM and many of the city's private and independent charter schools had been working under the assumption they could reopen with precautions, based on the city's Moving MKE Forward Safely plan posted on the health department's website.
An earlier version of that plan showed that schools and universities could reopen during Phase 4. But that document appears to have been updated on June 25 — the day before the city moved into Phase 4, where it stands now.

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