(NewsReady.com) – The administration hardened its line on schools reopening. On Sunday, July 12, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos confirmed she plans to have schools open for physical classes in fall. “Parents are expecting… their kids are going to have a full-time experience with their learning,” she said, stressing the importance of actual, in-person teaching.
Reopening the schools has become a controversial issue with many – mostly on the Left – insisting it won’t be safe for kids to go back to classes. However, DeVos is adamant that online tuition can’t match the experience of real classes, either educationally or socially.
.@BetsyDeVosED says getting back to learning is “imperative” and that kids can be back in the classroom. She says five days a week, in-person classes has to be an option.
— FoxNewsSunday (@FoxNewsSunday) July 12, 2020
DeVos says that children have already suffered from the amount of school they’ve missed this year. While she acknowledges there might have to be exceptions in COVID-19 hot spots, she wants as many children as possible back in the classroom.
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