Teachers’ Union Boss: Schools May Not Reopen This Fall Due to CDC Guidance

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The teachers’ union president is getting slammed after suggesting schools may not reopen this fall after the new CDC guidance this week.

American Federation of Teachers (AFT) President Randi Weingarten made the controversial remark Wednesday during a TV interview.

“So the bottom line is, we’re going to keep kids safe, we’re going to keep our members safe, we’re going to try to open up schools, and we’re going to move through this political battlefield,” Weingarten told MSNBC.

Weingarten called the CDC’s guidance a “curveball.”

But many critics are pointing out that she argued in May “we can and we must reopen schools in the fall. for in-person teaching, learning, and support, and we just keep them open fully and safely five days a week.”