Orange County Public Schools To Spend $2 Million To Test Football Players


A Ohio High School Football Team Practices As Districts Decide What To Allow In The Fall

Orange County Public Schools' decision to spend $2 million of its federal CARES Act money to pay for Covid-19 tests of all high school football players is worthy of a debate.

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