National teachers advocacy group calling for 2 week stop to in-person learning over Covid-19 fears

3/30/2021 - Oakland, Calif., USA: First grader Kiara Morris, 7, wears a mask while sitting in class during the first day of partial in-person instruction at Garfield Elementary School in Oakland, Calif. Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Garfield Elementary School partially re-opens for students in grades kindergarten through second grade beginning Tuesday, March 30. (Jessica Christian / San Francisco Chronicle / Polaris) ///

The NEA, National Educators United, a group that advocates for teachers are calling for a 2-week halt to in-person learning because of the spread of the Omicron Covid-19 variant.

In a tweet posted on Friday, December 31, the NEA called opening school buildings reckless.

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