Reconfirming what we have known and believed from the beginning, a new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds that in-school transmission of Covid-19 is "extremely rare." Education expert Jean Burk told KTRH it's not a surprise. "I think we've known from the beginning when Covid first started that children were the least likely to get it, as well as spread it, and so here we are almost a year later and we know the same thing. It's not about keeping our kids safe, it's about control." And it's hard to argue that, especially when the study concludes by saying that "schools can stay open safely in communities with widespread community transmission." Unfortunately, even with the 'science' and 'data', most teachers and the teachers unions don't even think the vaccine will be enough to return to in-person learning. In fact, in Los Angeles which has become the Covid hot spot here in the U.S., kids will not be allowed to go to school unless they have taken the vaccine. Burk believes this deserves an 'F'. "20% of people die from the flu, and we've been sending our kids to school for years during flu season." "They're shutting our schools down, our churches down, our jobs. This is not about the vaccine." One plus, at least here in Texas parents still have the option of having their kids go to school, or keeping them home. But that could change next week.