Atlanta Schools Offer Compassion, Support To Absent Students During Pandemic
An estimated 3 million public school students in the U.S. haven’t been attending classes consistently since the beginning of the pandemic. But in Atlanta, school districts are adopting a “compassion over compliance” approach rather than penalizing students.
Martha Dalton of WABE reports.
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