In many parts of the world schools have been closed since March 2020. Teachers have had a lot of extra work and strain learning about the technology required and how to deliver effective classes online. It is quite remarkable that now, after putting themselves and students in the US through a difficult period of learning that schools in some states are still not opening. This puts children under even greater pressure, as well as their parents (and their livelihoods as they adjust their working days to support their children as well as possible), and creates a highly negative impact on their well-being and mental health. As the Wall Street Journal points out “adults are placing their own interests ahead of the interests of the children”. When the facts show, according to research done by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, that there is “little evidence that schools have contributed meaningfully to increased community transmission”, there is no justification for taking this position. Children need to be back in school and teachers´ lives need to be also allowed some normality by delivering classes from school premises. Some kind of normality in Education must prevail.