Many, many kids are losing a huge chunk of their education and paying the price for it.
School closures are putting a generation in danger, again.
The city’s coronavirus problem is not being driven by the schools.
A RAND survey of teachers reinforces widespread doubts about the remote-classroom environment.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has repeatedly said that the city would close public schools if the seven-day average coronavirus positivity rate reached 3 percent.
And how it’s caused problems ever since.
Online learning will only accelerate the decay of America’s education standards and student outcomes.
A First Amendment case in Mississippi exposes the hostility to religion in our public schools.
When all is said and done, the pandemic ought to have robbed the idea of “public education” of all its rhetorical currency.