This heartbreaking New York Times story is a perfect example of why I don’t support remote options.

Parents have struggled to assess risk during the pandemic.

I wrote last year that so-called remote options — offered by Atlanta, Los Angeles, and other U.S. cities, but uncommon in Europe — are a potential child rights issue, because children may be forced into remote instruction by scared parents when the ideal learning environment for the vast majority of children is the classroom. After reading an article today about…




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