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In Florida, infections are rising but schools have been ordered to open for in-person learning, five days a week during the fall. Florida Education Association President Fedrick Ingram says, “One child who dies in our schools is going to be too much, there is no life that we should be trying to put in jeopardy because we have this approach that is haphazard and frankly reckless.”