To safely reopen classrooms and allow parents to return to work, we’ll need money. Lots of it. Think of it as a correction for decades of underinvestment.
Full disclosure: I put my kids in front of the TV so I could write this op-ed. That’s life during quarantine. My kids miss school, and I miss having more than ten minutes to string together a thought. Parents are losing their marbles as our kids max out on screen time and struggle without structure. So believe me when I say there is nothing I want more than to send my two kids back to our beloved local elementary school this August.
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