Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday suggested that in-person instruction in public schools could resume if teachers are prioritized in coronavirus vaccinations. President Biden says he wants to reopen the country’s schools during his first 100 days in office. But California and its teachers’ unions could be one of the biggest hurdles to making that happen.
The fight over reopening schools intensifies
From this Episode:
Newsom and Biden say schools can safely reopen without all teachers vaccinated. That might be tough in California
Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday suggested that in-person instruction in public schools could resume if teachers are prioritized in coronavirus vaccinations.
Some pediatricians say kids can return to schools without all teachers vaccinated. LAUSD and UTLA disagree
KCRW talks with LAUSD board member Jackie Goldberg and UCLA's Dr. Alice Kuo.
NFL milestone: Two women will coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in this year’s Super Bowl
This Sunday’s Super Bowl game will be a historic moment for women in sports. For the first time ever, two women will be coaching. They are Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust.
Some chefs are using Instagram to create and promote pop-up takeout menus
With limited opportunities in professional kitchens these days, some enterprising chefs have turned their personal kitchens into pop-up takeout spots. They use Instagram to...