I mean, just for starters, where excepting SFUSD were kids kept out of school for a year. Please account for the "tens of millions." And, often, it was their own parents pushing for remote (or at least remote options) until vaccinations were available.
Personally, I think the returns to high-quality education, both from a societal and individual standpoint, are extremely high. And I think the literature mostly supports that. I used to think this was a standard liberal viewpoint but apparently it isn't any longer.
Nobody’s saying that it isn’t Nate. So when exactly would you have mandated all schools have opened? April 2020? sept? Jan 2021, by which point most had? What would you have done if 40% of teachers quit? Or even more parents pulled kids out altogether?
Jan 6, 2022 · 3:40 AM UTC