Students will move forward in the aftermath of the epidemic if we help them become leaders

As we hope to begin to recover from the epidemic, we are only beginning to appreciate its full impact on our children’s lives, education and future.

The epidemic claimed the lives of thousands of families. This led to a worrying increase in mental health problems, a so-called second epidemic. And during distance and hybrid education, academic progress stagnates for many students, especially those who are already struggling.

Unfortunately, during this time many students were completely deprived of learning. At Chicago Public Schools, for example, data shows that attendance has declined rapidly, especially among black students. A quarter of the district’s lowest-income students stopped going to class together.

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