How German Students Have Been Back At School Since Spring, While Missourians Are Just Returning
It’s halfway through the fall semester, and many students in the St. Louis and Kansas City areas are just now trickling back into classrooms. Thousands are still learning from home. Meanwhile, in most of Europe, schools have been open since August with students attending in person daily.
A robust public health system, hygiene measures and targeted quarantines of students and staff exposed to the coronavirus get the credit. But that early success could soon be put to the test as cold weather arrives along with a resurgence of cases of the coronavirus.
St. Louis Public Radio’s Ryan Delaney is in Germany this month to report on how that country handles keeping its schools open. He spoke with KCUR’s Elle Moxley about what teaching and learning look like there.