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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Should Columbia Public Schools students be in classrooms?

Columbia Public Schools students started the year online-only and that situation will continue until at least next year.

The school board has heard public input from both sides of the debate about whether students should be back in classrooms amid a surge in coronavirus cases. Give your opinion in the poll below.

Columbia / Columbia Public Schools / Education / Top Stories

ABC 17 News Team

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  1. Your poll does not contain my opinion. Which is that “the surge” in cases has been engineered by administering more testing. It’s just part of the psychological operation. The case count is adjustable by those who wish to enslave you. By increasing or decreasing tests they can make them rise or fall, at their preference. Whichever fits their agenda best. My preference would be to get your children educated by some other agency than public schools. They are largely responsible for the general attitude of compliance with insane measures to keep us from getting a rather ordinary virus. Why else would we be willing to sacrifice our economic, social, and psychological health to do so? The cure is worse than the disease.

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