There is also a sharp political divide in how concerned parents are about the impact of the coronavirus on their children’s education, a Gallup survey shows. https://t.co/4I5bglvZfJ
— Education Week (@educationweek) April 10, 2020
Two important caveats: The ability to access the internet is crucial for the survey respondents. And the poll has a relatively significant margin of error.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the vast majority of schools nationwide to close for several weeks; several states and U.S. territories have closed their schools’ doors for the rest of the 2019-20 academic year. At the same time, states and districts have rushed to get remote learning sessions up and running, with varying success.
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