|President Trump, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and other leaders are pressing states and localities to do everything they can to reopen America’s schools safely this fall.|
The cost of missing school—especially for rural and low-income students—is staggering.
“In Jackson [Mississippi], like in many other districts, school officials essentially gave up on requiring remote learning last spring . . . Preliminary research suggests students nationwide will return to school in the fall with roughly 70% of learning gains in reading relative to a typical school year, and less than 50% in math,” Tawnell Hobbs writes in The Wall Street Journal.
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