Students’ futures at risk without choice of in-person schooling

In a recent poll, parents’ top concern was whether their children will miss in-person school instruction time. And they have good reason to be concerned as 67% of teachers said completion rates of student assignments were worse than in-person instruction. This hurts disadvantaged students the most, as the Texas Education Agency recently noted that students in low-income families across the U.S…

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