School openings and working parents

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School openings and working parents

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This story highlights the struggles of working parents during the Pandemic.Children are suffering and parents have to choose between their jobs and their children's education. Many do not have a choice due to their finances or the measures taken by their state regarding their children.By opening back up the economy the working class and poor are suffering.The federal government is less than useless in regards to helping the majority of the population and passing the buck to the state and local governments who choose the safety measures for their local population.It's a disgrace the way things are being handled.
news article from the New York Times
k-12,children, New York Times,working parents

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This item was submitted on July 8, 2020 by Alexis Walker using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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