There is something about a crisis that has a way of shining light on stark realities — and nowhere is that truer than in education.

The closing of schools during the covid-19 pandemic and the quick switch to distance learning has laid bare the gaping and persistent inequities in educational opportunities that exist across the United States.

This post examines how that looks in the era of the pandemic and how we might look at things differently when schools reopen, which they will — eventually.

Read the full article on The Washington Post