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"A School Year Like No Other": Education During A Pandemic

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The new school year has started and students, parents, teachers, school staff and administrators across the country are dealing with the uncertainty of education during a global health pandemic. On this month's Future City, we discuss how COVID-19 is shaping education, how schools in Baltimore and around the country are rolling out virtual instruction and how digital and racial inequities are exacerbating educational inequity. 

 

Debbie Truong, Education Reporter at WAMU 

 

Valerie Strauss, Education Reporter at the Washington Post where she runs the Answer Sheet blog

 

Dr. Khalilah Harris, Managing Director of K-12 Education at Center for American Progress

 

Joe Francaviglia, Executive Director at Strong Schools Maryland

 

Wes Moore is a decorated Army combat veteran, youth advocate and CEO of BridgeEdU, a national initiative focusing on addressing the college completion and career placement crisis by reinventing the Freshman Year of college. He is also the author of two instant New York Times bestselling books, The Other Wes Moore and The Work.