This bit of propaganda doesn't deserve a link because it's campaign garbage from down on their luck "journalists" begging donors with every other article . . .
However, the question and the premise have been
Checkit and tell us what you think . . . Given that no teacher ever died before coronavirus.
"In this time of COVID-19, will schools be able to deal with struggling students while also offering grief counseling to those who need it? Will students be able to emotionally and physically recover after losing a trusted teacher, guidance counselor or mentor to COVID-19? Especially if it could have been prevented?
"Every child will have to process the loss in their own way. We need to do what is best for the community as a whole. I was lucky, but there will be plenty of families across Kansas that will not be. Having a teacher die could really change a student’s direction in life.
"If saving one immunocompromised teacher is all that online classes will do, it will be worth it."
You decide . . .