Survey reveals majority of Mississippi educators against traditional school reopening
JACKSON, Miss. (WXXV) — Many educators in Mississipi are expressing concerns about school reopening plans for the fall semester as the coronavirus continues to spread in communities across the Magnolia State.
In a survey conducted by the Mississippi Association of Educators (MAE), less than 20 percent of educators surveyed said that schools should return in a “traditional” format.
A statement from the MAE, along with their full survey results, are attached below: