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A new survey, released on the eve of a planned demonstration Wednesday, shows many Connecticut teachers and staff are concerned about safety within school buildings amid the latest wave of the pandemic.
On Tuesday, teacher and school worker unions released a member survey that pointed to concerns over failures to distribute N95 masks and at-home test kits, staff shortages, and in favor of more flexibility for temporary remote learning. The results came ahead of public school employees’ plans to wear black and use the hashtag #Blackout4SafeSchools on social media to demand better mitigation strategies during the omicron surge.