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LISTEN: When Distance Learning Isn't Good Enough

May 29, 2020

We’ve heard a lot about the distance learning going on at K-12 schools during this coronavirus pandemic shutdown. But there’s a good number of kids who are not distance learning for a variety of reasons and badly need schools to reopen. 

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Connecticut Public Radio’s All Things Considered host John Henry Smith spoke with Robert Rader, the executive director of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education.

Hear the interview below: