Biden Meets Goal Of Reopening Most K-8 Schools, But Regional Patchwork Remains
Although President Biden walked back his initial campaign promise to reopen most schools in his first 100 days, instead opting to focus on a majority of K-8 schools, he has met that goal.
But a regional patchwork of remote and in-person learning persists along political and demographic lines.
Host Peter O’Dowd speaks with Laura Meckler, education reporter for The Washington Post, about the administration’s efforts.
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