A world unraveling amid smoke and death and how one teacher and her students dealt with it. The pandemic served as a stark reminder of at least two things: that the nuclear family is not enough and that schools can’t be its sole safety net.
The U.S. is one of the few wealthy countries in the world that does not have a robust public childcare program. But there’s no reason we can’t have one that’s wildly popular and provides high-quality care — in fact, during World War II, we did.
Apoorva Mandavilli, Robin McKie
New York Times, The Guardian
Three articles. Researchers are finding that children of all ages become infected and spread the virus to others but that children do respond differently immunologically to this virus, and it seems to be protecting the kids.