It isn't the fault of the superintendents who make these decisions. They have to do what the district lawyers and insurance experts tell them. But those people should rethink their systems, and see if we can't avoid so many interruptions in what is already a pretty short school day.I hadn't realized that insurance people were part of the problem. It's not just lawyers and school administrators.
"Stop the two-hour snow delays"
From Jay Matthews at the WaPo: