Aug. 23, 2022

278 | Why Were Schools Closed So Long During COVID? - Anya Kamenetz on What COVID Did to Children

278 | Why Were Schools Closed So Long During COVID?  - Anya Kamenetz on What COVID Did to Children

Anya Kamenetz, former NPR education reporter and author of The Stolen Year: How Covid Changed Children's Lives, and Where We Go Now, joins The Realignment to discuss how COVID impacted a generation of school-aged children, how and why we failed to elevate in-person education as an "essential service," and the role public schools play in America's social safety net.


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Anya Kamenetz, former NPR education reporter and author of The Stolen Year: How Covid Changed Children's Lives, and Where We Go Now, joins The Realignment to discuss how COVID impacted a generation of school-aged children, how and why we failed to elevate in-person education as an "essential service," and the role public schools play in America's social safety net.