The lack of necessary prevention and control measures for opening many schools in United States has caused dissatisfaction with students’ parents and faculty
According to a US media report on November 16, local time, many schools in the United States insisted on restarting face-to-face teaching in the absence of necessary prevention and control measures, which caused great dissatisfaction among students’ parents and faculty.
On the evening of November 16, local time, a large number of students and parents gathered at the gate of Lakewood High School in Ohio, USA. They held up slogans such as “Consult parents’ opinions”, “Adhere to remote teaching” and “Don’t murder teachers” to protest the school’s local presence.
As the epidemic continues to spread, we insist on restarting the plan of face-to-face teaching. On the same day, in Atlanta, New Jersey, more than 200 faculty and staff went on strike to protest the lack of corresponding coronavirus prevention and control measures while the school was restarting.
These teachers said that the school failed to fulfill its previous promise to renovate the school’s ventilation system, and even used carpet dryers to pretend to be air purifiers.
On the other hand, on November 17, local time, Monroe, Washington, ushered in the homecoming day of first-year students amid the controversy.
The teacher group in the area had previously planned a collective strike, but the head of the Monroe City Education Department declared that teachers who did not appear at the school on time would be removed.