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Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes About Reopening Schools

Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes About Reopening Schools News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes cern, along with 85% of White parents and About Reopening Schools 81% of Hispanic parents. More than 90% of Black, Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, and parents who identified as Black, Asian, Alaska Native parents expressed more con- American Indian, Alaska Native, or another cern than White parents about the safety racial group were concerned about their of reopening schools last fall, according to child contracting coronavirus disease 2019 a survey commissioned by the CDC. (COVID-19)atschoolcomparedwithroughly President Joe Biden pledged to reopen 85% of White or Hispanic parents. schools within 100 days of taking office as “Understanding parental attitudes and part of a larger coordinated response to con- concerns is critical to informing communi- trol the pandemic and move the country to- cationandmessagingaroundCOVID-19miti- ward recovery, according to news reports. gation,” the authors wrote. “Families’ con- But achieving that goal will require parents cerns also highlight the need for flexible to support safety measures. education plans and equitable resource pro- Among 858 parents surveyed in July vision so that youth education is not com- 2020, almost two-thirds of White parents promised,” they added. strongly http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes About Reopening Schools

JAMA , Volume 325 (4) – Jan 26, 2021

Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes About Reopening Schools

Abstract

News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes cern, along with 85% of White parents and About Reopening Schools 81% of Hispanic parents. More than 90% of Black, Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, and parents who identified as Black, Asian, Alaska Native parents expressed more con- American Indian, Alaska Native, or another cern than White parents about the safety racial group were concerned about their of reopening...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2021 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.2020.26168
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Abstract

News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Racial Variations in Parents’ Attitudes cern, along with 85% of White parents and About Reopening Schools 81% of Hispanic parents. More than 90% of Black, Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, and parents who identified as Black, Asian, Alaska Native parents expressed more con- American Indian, Alaska Native, or another cern than White parents about the safety racial group were concerned about their of reopening schools last fall, according to child contracting coronavirus disease 2019 a survey commissioned by the CDC. (COVID-19)atschoolcomparedwithroughly President Joe Biden pledged to reopen 85% of White or Hispanic parents. schools within 100 days of taking office as “Understanding parental attitudes and part of a larger coordinated response to con- concerns is critical to informing communi- trol the pandemic and move the country to- cationandmessagingaroundCOVID-19miti- ward recovery, according to news reports. gation,” the authors wrote. “Families’ con- But achieving that goal will require parents cerns also highlight the need for flexible to support safety measures. education plans and equitable resource pro- Among 858 parents surveyed in July vision so that youth education is not com- 2020, almost two-thirds of White parents promised,” they added. strongly

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 26, 2021

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