You don’t get to hide under the kitchen table and cry for your mommy. Ohio Judge Rules Against Teachers’ Union, Says CPS Can Resume Blended Learning. A Hamilton County Common Pleas judge has rejected an injunction request against Cincinnati Public Schools. The union representing teachers filed suit last week seeking to delay a return to in-person learning.
The union says 80% of teachers don’t feel safe going back into classrooms without widespread coronavirus vaccination. School district attorney Evan Priestle says that concern isn’t well-founded, quoting a recent study from the CDC.
“As many schools have reopened for in-person instruction in some parts of the U.S. as well as internationally, school-related cases of COVID-19 have been reported but there has been little evidence that schools have contributed meaningfully to increased community transmission,” he says.
Today, the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas denied the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers’ union motion for a preliminary injunction and dismissed the lawsuit. We look forward to welcoming our students back into the classroom beginning tomorrow, Feb 2. https://t.co/tofAf8iwnT pic.twitter.com/eIYWACYDPQ
— I Am CPS (@IamCPS) February 1, 2021
Just because the COVID 19 Lie plays in Chicago and other blue cities and states, the judge wouldn’t let the lie as an excuse in blue CINCINNATI.