Commentary: What state and local education leaders can do to stop the spread of measles
The surge in measles cases across the United States is on pace to produce the highest rate of infection in a quarter-century. Schools find themselves in the center of the crisis, both as the places where children gather every day and the public institutions with some sway over whether students are vaccinated. That gives state...
By Phyllis W. Jordan and Raegen Miller | April 23, 2019