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The Wheelhouse: Distance Learning Continues In Connecticut

May 6, 2020

Parents have gotten news they were expecting about continued distance learning, but it’s still going to be a rough two months. Most states in the nation had already made this decision, including Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island.

This hour, we talk about what this will mean for students and educators, and how schools might plan to reopen in the fall.

Also, in Connecticut black residents are dying from COVID-19 in higher numbers per capita than white residents. So what is the state doing to get more testing to vulnerable communities?

And some think Chris Dodd is an odd choice as co-chair of Joe Biden’s VP search committee.4

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