Apr 28 2022

To Mask or Not to Mask: Implementing Evidence-Driven (Un)Masking Policies in Schools

Hunt Institute

Virtual

Several states have lifted their mask mandates for K-12 public schools, leaving individual districts to decide whether to continue to require students to mask up. As districts weigh their unique situations alongside public health guidance, emerging research on the impacts of masking in schools aim to offer a risk-assessment model for policymakers and school boards to consider when making these critical decisions. How are stakeholders working together to responsibly determine their masking and other health policies, and what factors are they considering? How are schools navigating changing health guidance and communicating to parents? Join us for a conversation around the evidence and implications surrounding unmasking in schools and how districts can move forward.

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