The students left behind by remote learning

As a long,balanced,  in-depth companion piece to Nicholas Martinez’s Boardhawk op-ed, we recommend this article from Pro Publica and The New Yorker. Here is a key excerpt:

There has always been a gulf between public education and private. But the new disparity is stark: in many cities, children in private schools are going to school, and children in public schools are not. (Among such places is Prince Edward County.) A nationwide survey by the education news network Chalkbeat and The Associated Press found that roughly half of white students had the option of in-person instruction, while only about a quarter of Black and Hispanic students did. After a summer of renewed attention on the disparities facing Black people, millions of Black children would not be getting in-person education.

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