Connecticut Education Association calls for all schools to move to remote learning only for several weeks

The Connecticut Education Association is calling for all schools to move to remote learning only for the next several weeks.
Unions say that while there are precautions in place, they have been patchy - and they would like to see all remote learning until mid-January.
They believe that holiday travel means that students could be at greater risk, as well as their teachers, despite the fact that there have been efforts to keep at least younger children in class.
Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday that he still wants to leave it up to the districts to make the final call.