Time magazine interviews 10 Epidemiologists and Infectious Disease Experts On Whether They Are Sending Their Kids Back to School. Dr. Lisa Bodnar weighs in.
Lisa Bodnar—professor of epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
Bodnar’s three children attend fourth, seventh, and 10th grade in the Mount Lebanon School District near Pittsburgh, which will begin the school year all-remote. She says distance learning this past spring “was not a good learning experience” for her children, but feels encouraged by the schools’ efforts to add more structure to the digital school day this fall.
“I’m much more hopeful that the kids will have a better experience learning, that it will be closer to what it could be in school. I know that they will be safer. I am not fully convinced that all of their needs will be met.”
Read the full story in the Time magazine, 10 Epidemiologists and Infectious Disease Experts On Whether They Are Sending Their Kids Back