In the past few weeks, the Trump administration has placed massive pressure on governors to open schools up in the fall for in-person learning.
While everything from elementary schools to college campuses closed down for distance learning in the spring, the White House is pushing for schools to reopen as part of a wider plan to "revive" the economy and return to life as normal, this is all despite a recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
In reaction to this push to return to full classroom learning, some teachers have been writing their wills as a morbid precaution. In a more humane world, this in itself would be enough to give our government pause about the next steps, but alas - that is not the state we're currently in.
In response to the rapidly approaching fall school dates, the cultural analyst Melissa Hillman wrote a thread predicting exactly what will happen if schools open across the country.