Chaos Reigns At Public Schools Across America As Debate Over Remote Learning Rages

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By Richard Horgan Los Angeles (Knewz) — There are currently two dominant trends in U.S. public schools: districts closing due to staff shortages and-or safety concerns related to the Omicron surge; and students walking out in protest at districts that have not returned to remote learning. In Boston, a small number of studentswalked out at Boston Latin School. In Cincinnati, all public schools have gone remote until at least Jan. 24 due mainly to staffing shortages. In New York City, Mayor Eric Adams, a day after indicating he was open to remote learning, casually remarked at an unrelated press…

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