This perceptive and incisive comment from a reader who responded to another reader's comment that the CDC recommends reopening schools -
"the CDC recommends re-opening schools"
The link you provide actually doesn't say so. It explains why schools are good for kids, but nobody is disputing that.
It also says:
The best available evidence from countries that have opened schools indicates that COVID-19 poses low risks to school-aged children, at least in areas with low community transmission, and suggests that children are unlikely to be major drivers of the spread of the virus.
Where the key phrase is: in areas with low community transmission, which is a condition met in few communities in the US at the moment. the document fails to point this out.
And it concludes with the obvious statement: Reopening schools creates opportunity to invest in the education which is also a statement nobody argues about.
In conclusion, the document discussed the absolutely uncontroversial point that reopening schools is good for kids. It shuffles the necessary condition for reopening school safely to a subordinate phrase, and glosses over the fact that few communities in the US meet that condition.
It's a document carefully written to appear to be saying the opposite of what it actually says.
And I will add I that I am so disappointed - and embarrassed - that the CDC, which I used to have great respect for during my years in academia, has now been reduced to a political tool by the Trump administration, releasing statements to support the GOP position of aggressively reopening the economy and the schools.
The CDC document linked above is truly deceptive. And dangerous, because it is being quoted widely.