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The Real Pandemic: How America Believed the Coronavirus Proved the Existence of Educational Inequity

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The Real Pandemic: How America Believed the Coronavirus Proved
the Existence of Educational Inequity

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I am submitting an auto-ethnography on my experience as a college student in the CUNY educational system during the transition to online learning and the pandemic.
Brooklyn College Senior (at the time of this article) now current alumni
Kayla Dorancy is the creator of the first part of the magazine (DOE focused)
Marissa Mann is the creator of the second part of the magazine (CUNY focused)
It is a text story in the format of a magazine

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09/14/2020

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9/16/2020

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3/20/2020

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This item was submitted on September 14, 2020 by [anonymous user] using the form “Share your story with us.” on the site “Brooklyn College New York”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/brooklyncollege

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