In order for schools to safely reopen in the fall, public health experts say we’ll all need to do some homework over the summer.

As Massachusetts starts down the months-long road to reopening public schools, scientists say success and safety require caution both inside and outside the classroom — and preparation must begin now.

The plan that Governor Charlie Baker released on Thursday laid out several requirements and recommendations for limiting and monitoring the risk of COVID-19 transmission in schools: masks required for children in second grade and up, desks spaced at least 3 feet apart, and regular hand-washing, among others.

Read the full article in the Boston Globe