MarketWatch –  K-12 schools’ long-term future looks vastly different absent a widely available COVID-19 vaccine, advocates and educators say — but some also say the pandemic presents an opportunity to rethink how America educates its students.

With in-person classes canceled in most states for the remainder of the K-12 school year, policy makers and school districts across the country are weighing various options for when students should return and in what capacity. But most agree that returning students to school buildings safely is a complicated proposition that comes with high stakes.

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