It is clear that some school districts, even equipped with funding from Congress, will struggle to host in-person learning for a while longer.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Nathan Leamer explains how his family rejected the online school status quo that so many have fallen into the last year.
The president of a California teachers union advocating for prolonged, science-denying school closures is facing backlash after videos surfaced of him dropping off his young daughter at an in-person, private school.
While the science suggests educators should end virtual schooling, many schools remain closed to millions of young people whose mental health is tanking.
The idea that bars should remain open yet schools remain closed runs counter to any sense of logic, not to mention good public policy.
Previously, Fauci echoed concerns about coronavirus spread in schools and urged them to adopt new scheduling and virtual learning.
Teachers unions want schools to remain closed while teachers keep getting their salaries even though evidence roundly shows that coronavirus poses little risk to children.
Parents have been told to place their children in a brand-new online learning environment with no study of any kind supporting its use. It’s not going well.
‘The harm of not returning to school is greater than the risk of returning to school,’ a concerned California parent told The Federalist.
“I felt violated as a parent, for my child, who’s standing there with police officers in his room, just to see the fear on his face,” Courtney Lancaster said.
College assignments are meant to gauge learning. Making classes ‘virtual’ decreases the likelihood that learning will actually occur.
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