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As most schools pass the halfway point of this tumultuous semester, one question continues to loom large: Should schools be reopening for in-person learning?
That contentious question was the topic of a recent AEI web event featuring Report Card host Nat Malkus; Emily Oster of Brown University; Sarah Cohodes of Columbia University; Susan Enfield of Highline Public Schools; and Marla Ucelli-Kashyap of the American Federation of Teachers. You can catch the lively panel discussion on this episode of The Report Card or watch the web event in its entirety at AEI.org.
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