Milwaukee teachers’ union president on ‘UpFront’ says more safety measures may be needed to return to classrooms


One year after the pandemic started, students in Milwaukee still haven't returned to classrooms. And a teachers' union leader is signaling that educators may need to see safety measures, beyond vaccinations, in order for them to return.
Milwaukee Public Schools, the state's largest school district, is holding classes virtually. The district has a plan to phase-in in-person learning next month.
But in an appearance Sunday on "UpFront," Amy Mizialko, president of the Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association, would not say whether the union backs the district's plan to return to classroom learni...

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