Denver Gazette: Closed schools are crushing our kids | GUEST COLUMN

Feb 8, 2021

“Dear Governor Polis, OPEN THE DAMN SCHOOLS.

You are the state’s chief executive. No more excuses and no more passing the buck to local school districts. No more empty platitudes about what you ‘hope’ will happen. Governor, it is time for you to do whatever it takes to open the schools. Every kid needs to have the option to attend school full time and in-person.

And until the schools are open, I don’t want to hear one more lecture on how Colorado’s COVID response is based on science.”

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