Will Reopening Schools Increase Infection Rates?

Reopening schools to students might not cause the coronavirus to spread in some communities, particularly those where the hospitalization rate was already low, according to a new nationwide study from Tulane University.

“We’re not trying to make a forceful case that schools should open or not reopen,” said lead researcher Douglas Harris, according to NPR. “All we’re trying to do is frame the decision.”

Tulane’s National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice, known as REACH, conducted a large-scale study to determine how reopening schools affected the spread of the coronavirus by focusing on hospitalization rates from 2020.


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