Mandatory School Vaccination Policies: Highlighting or Equalizing Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities in School Children? Barriers, attitudes, and behaviors towards fulfilling requirements

With the rise of vaccine preventable illness in the US, the importance of timely vaccinations in children remains a priority. Mandatory school vaccination requirements are effective because they are generally accepted by the public, they allow schools and immunization programs to share resources, and they serve as a safety net to ensure all school children are immunized appropriately regardless of race, socioeconomic status (SES), or access to medical care2. However, it has repeatedly been shown...
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