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Does reopening schools cause COVID-19 to spread? It's complicated

By Scott A Imberman, Professor of Economics and Education Policy, Michigan State University
Dan Goldhaber, Director, CALDER at AIR and Director, CEDR at the University of Washington, American Institutes for Research
Katharine O. Strunk, Professor of Education Policy and Economics, Michigan State University
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When a community reopens its schools and COVID-19 rates increase, other factors – not the reopening of schools – may still be to blame, new research finds.

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