Plan leads to separate and unequal school outcomes

GUEST OPINION /// Public education and COVID-19

Despite the best of intentions and the incredible hard work of so many public school teachers, the fundamental reality remains that distance learning is simply not an ideal substitute for in-class instruction for the majority of students.

For weeks, the decision by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors and the L.A. County Office of Education to not even review school reopening plans fueled a race by private institutions to skirt local ordinances and reopen their tuition-funded campuses while n...

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