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Teaching Unvaccinated Students Separately? This District Will Be the First to Try It
In the Dec. 8, 2021 EducationWeek article “Teaching Unvaccinated Students Separately? This District Will Be the First to Try It,” LCW Senior Counsel Meredith Karasch weighed in on the legal challenges that school districts may face if they establish separate schools for unvaccinated students. Karasch explained that “in addition to possible shutdown by the state or by county health departments, [school districts] could face lawsuits for breaching a key legal standard: their duties to protect students from foreseeable danger, and to provide a safe and healthy workplace for staff.” She also advised districts to “think very carefully about the issues before putting something like this into place.” Please click here to read the full article (subscription required).