He Gave Them A Chance: The Unilateral Decider BLM Advocate And PA Gov. Tom Wolf Decided Too Many School Districts Decided Wrong Now Wolf Has Decided To Decide For Them


The move is a reversal from his initial stance earlier this month, when he said he wanted to leave the decision on mask requirements to individual school districts

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Prior to his leading a BLM protest march against law enforcement during his mandated lockdown, BLM advocate Tom Wolf greets protesters at the Capitol in Harrisburg, PA.

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association said that the decision on masking should have been left to local school officials, but that it would nevertheless remind school districts “of their legal obligation related to the directive.”

“Our members remain committed to the health and safety of their students and staff, and while they have welcomed the expertise and guidance of state and federal agencies, they are in the best position to evaluate and promptly respond to the ever-evolving conditions in their own communities,” said Nathan Mains, the group’s chief executive officer.

The Democratic governor took action after the Republican leaders of the House and Senate rejected his request to pass legislation requiring masks in classrooms.

Rep. Jesse Topper, R-Bedford, said Tuesday that the 10 school districts he represents have worked up their own plans to mitigate COVID-19. He said the coming statewide mandate makes him “beyond furious.”

Pennsylvania to mandate masks in K-12 schools, day cares

Associated Press|1 day ago Masks will be required in all Pennsylvania K-12 schools, Gov. Tom Wolf was set to announce Tuesday, reversing course

Pennsylvania issues indoor mask mandate for K-12 schools

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) on Tuesday announced that masks will be required inside K-12 school buildings. The big picture: The move is a reversal from his initial stance earlier this month, when he said he wanted to leave the decision on mask requirements to individual school districts, citing guidance from the CDC, which “strongly recommend” the practice: “They’re not mandating it, and …

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