12 year old girl wearing a reusable, protective face mask in classroom while working on school work at her desk. Photo from Getty Images.
The Columbus Education Association says 3,400 educators found a “shocking” lack of COVID-19 preparation as students move to a hybrid learning model.
In the survey conducted by the CEA, 70% of CCS educators said they don’t think their building has “the appropriate facilities to promote hand-washing for all students,” and 38% said they didn’t believe their workspace had been cleaned before they returned.
Of the 3,400 educators surveyed, 30% said they were not provided cloth face masks by the district.
In-person student orientations began Monday, and some classes are scheduled to start Oct. 26.
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