- Main contributors:
- Pollak, Micah, Miles, Emily, Smith, Kenny
- Dr. Micah Pollak, an economist at IU Northwest and director of the Center for Economic Education & Research</a> is the coauthor of a study titled "The effect of in-person primary and secondary school instruction on county-level SARS-CoV-2 spread in Indiana." He and his colleagues -- including two physicians, Dr. Gabriel Bosslet and Dr. Babar Khan, biostatistician Dr. Jeong Hoon Jang, medical student Rebekah Roll and IU Northwest education dean, Dr. Mark Sperling -- examined the 2020-2021 school year using data from across Indiana to ascertain the risk in-person teaching has had on local communities. We talked with Pollak about this study, how they conducted their research and what it might mean for next school year. https://soundcloud.com/on-topic-with-iu/on-topic-with-iu-analyzing-classroom-risks-of-community-spread-of-covid-19-with-dr-micah-pollak Study: The effect of in-person primary and secondary school instruction on county-level SARS-CoV-2 spread in Indiana https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33846706
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