The Dilemma of Restarting Schools:
15 Thousands Deaths in the United States
Weekly Summary 8.4
COVID-19 does make it dangerous to reopen the school, but the closure can also hinder students’ academic development, physico-mental health. Worse still, the pandemic is causing long-term adverse effects on education: permanent dropout in low-income groups.
Online education is unfair to disadvantaged groups and minorities and will place an extra burden on families and society.
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