Stateside: Families of students with disabilities want stronger COVID policies in school

9/29/21


“There was such a divide in the community. Those of us who were for masks to protect the most vulnerable among us included special ed teachers, doctors, specialists who were all arguing for the merit of indoor universal masking. A lot of people still don’t understand the mechanics of ‘my mask protects you; your mask protects me, and together, we protect each other.’ To see that met with such vitriol on the other side… it doesn't compute to me.”

ID: Screenshot of Michigan Radio webpage. Black text reads, "Stateside: Controversial draft redistricting maps; families of students with disabilities want stronger COVID policies in school" Image of the state of Michigan with the congressional districts colorfully drawn and labeled. Caption under reads, "Michigan's Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission recently released its draft of the state's new proposed state House districts. Analysts say the new maps could give Republicans an electoral edge in the state."


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