Political Rewind: Uncertainty For Families, School Kids Looking Ahead to Fall

[…] Under a cloud of the pandemic, school systems are asking parents to decide whether to send their children back to classrooms or continue online learning.

[…] Dr. Stephen Owens, with the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, said budget cuts risk exacerbating the situation.

“The uncertainty of how many students will be in the classroom is compounded by the uncertainty for schools caused by a nearly $1 billion cut in K-12 education,” Dr. Owens said. “This is a crisis that will be with our schools for a number of years.”

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