The White House said in a statement Saturday that the Democratic president spoke with interim Broward superintendent Vicky Cartwright in Florida and Phoenix Union High School district superintendent Chad Geston in Arizona to “thank them for their leadership and to share this discussion with all students.” Safe, full-time personal learning in the school year. ”
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“The President commends their leadership and their courage to do the right thing for the health and well-being of their students, teachers and schools,” the statement said. Support for Biden’s phone call comes as tensions are building in the local school districts over the resumption of private classes as to whether students and school staff may need to face off. In Texas, several school districts – including the state’s most populous county – won a temporary legal victory in Friday’s Musk Order by the Republican government trying to overturn Greg Abbott’s ban, arguing that the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic is getting worse.
Similar cases have been filed in school districts in other states.
There have already been clashes over wearing mandatory masks. Officials at a suburban Chicago high school sent a freshman home for refusing to wear a mask Friday, claiming his mother had violated his 14-year-old daughter’s rights.
Sherry Urlachar said her daughter was sent home from Framed High School in Palatine when school door officers gave her a mask and told her to wear it. He told the Chicago Tribune that his daughter was “politely rejected” after he pulled the mask over her face and nose. When the girl returned to school wearing a mask day after day, Urlachar said she was upset at the initial decision to send her daughter home.
“She’s fine, but she knows she has the right to make decisions about her own body, and that’s not the right of the school and the government,” he said.
Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzer, a Democrat, said the incident happened within days.
Meanwhile, Biden’s call to the leader of Broward County Schools in Florida escalated the state’s biased fight with Republican Governor Ron de Santis over how his state’s schools should be run as the Covid-1 pandemic epidemic worsens. The Biden administration has promised Broward federal money if the governor of Florida threatens to withhold some state funds from a school district that has issued a mask order.
Using a law passed this year, Desantis has prevented schools and other local governments from issuing mask orders. The governor said he believes there is no need for masks for children who are less likely to catch coronavirus than adults and that they interfere with learning. He added that it should be up to the parents to determine if their child is wearing a mask. The state education board recently said students who are forced to wear masks because of their parents’ objections may be eligible to receive a voucher that will pay for their transfer to a private school.
Broward School officials did not respond to an email Saturday. Earlier this week, its school board voted S-1 to issue a mask order in defiance of Desantis.
Desantis is running for re-election next year and is thinking of 202224 runs against Biden, the two have been looking at each other in recent weeks. His press office also did not respond to a call and email on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Arizona Gov. Doug Dussey signed into law a budget law enacted by the Republican-led legislature in June to ban school districts from wearing masks.
Phoenix Union is one of the largest school districts in Arizona with about 28,000 students and 4,000 employees. Its governing board decided to apply internal masks when classes resumed on August 2, following the lead of six primary school districts that feed students in high school districts.
The Arizona Act, which includes a ban on wearing masks by districts, went into effect Sept. 2. It includes a clause to default until July 1 but the Phoenix Union claims it is not yet mandatory and is reasonable in court.
On Saturday, Arizona reported more than 3,000 additional Covid-1 cases for the second day in a row. The state last reported that there were many additional cases six months ago due to the declining winter winds.
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