Prince George’s County Public Schools teachers are scheduled to return Wednesday, then some students return April 8

Teachers in Prince George’s County are scheduled to head back to the classroom Wednesday. While they won’t have students in person for another month, the push to bring them back is causing controversy.

Educators and the Prince George’s County teachers’ union are concerned it’s too soon and last week protested to say they should not be forced to return to school until it’s safe.

Teachers are concerned with levels of community spread, and some have not received their second round of vaccinations.

Others are worried that the new COVID-19 work environment violates parts of their contract.

They say the classrooms are too small to socially distance, aren’t disinfected adequately and the ventilation system is not powerful enough.

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