School debate rages on, despite CDC effort to set federal benchmarks

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Since late fall, 60,000 students and teachers across Greenville County, South Carolina, have been filing into the classroom for school the old-fashioned way: in-person, five days a week.

They’ve done it, Greenville superintendent Burke Royster said, by enforcing mask wearing, hand washing and social distancing — mostly by about 3 feet with plexiglass barriers when 6 feet isn’t possible — using high-quality ventilation and launching their own contact-tracing program.

Royster said he believes his schools have lower transmission than its surrounding community — a finding that is supported by research….

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