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No, Temporarily Closing Schools Is Not Like Invading Iraq

Abt’s Cara Jackson contributed to an op-ed on what the evidence tells us about virtual learning during COVID—and, more broadly, about keeping schools open during a crisis. “[W]e have good reason to believe that the pandemic has exacerbated existing inequities in student achievement,” wrote Jackson. “That said, the evidence we have speaks to the impact of the entire pandemic on students, not on the impact of virtual learning.”

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