The majority of 4th graders nationwide have finally made it back to classes in person full time.
Unified school district said they chose to keep their students home after the schools reopened in April.
Students of Color Moving to More In-Person Instruction
In the fourth of five monthly federal surveys this spring, tracking how schools have been reopening and instructing students during the pandemic, the National Center for Education Statistics finds that by April, nearly all K-8 schools offered at least some in-person instruction, and 56 percent of them provided full-time instruction on campus.
- Among students who attended hybrid schooling
- The hours of live instruction still differ significantly from school to school
- More students from all geographic regions
The growing conversations around anti-Asian hate
Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, an Illinois representative, said she sponsored the bill in response to the increasing anti-Asian violence and rhetoric. Growing up, she said she knew little of the discrimination her family had faced in earlier generations because it wasn’t taught in school and her family did not openly speak about it.