Today is the start of teacher appreciation week, so I thought of asking moms here their opinion: Parents in a school district in the SFO bay area have been threatening to sue a school district because the school district is not resuming in-person classes. Parents Threaten to Sue Fremont Unified Over School Reopening Plan About 20-30 days of instruction remain in the school year. The school district decided to continue online-only classes and will resume in-person classes only in fall after the summer break. Parents are very upset with the district's decision as children have been attending online school for more than a year now. Teachers and school staff got priority in Covid vaccines and were eligible by February itself. The teachers union and management could not come to an agreement on some issues like one-time increase in pay, class room air circulation improvement etc. Question - Is it fair to require teachers to go back to in-person teaching when there are only 20-30 days of school remaining?