March 11, 2020
Kevin Carey was quoted in the New York Times about his previous article on what a coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. would mean for schools.
The obstacles to teaching remotely were evident: American children have uneven access to home computers and broadband internet. Schools have limited expertise in providing instruction online on a large scale. And parents would be forced to juggle their own work responsibilities with what could amount to “a vast unplanned experiment in mass home-schooling,” said Kevin Carey, vice president for education policy at New America, a think tank.
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