Study: poor, Hispanic, Black students suffering most from forced shift to remote instruction

According to a new report from McKinsey & company that was written up in The Economist, (surprising no one), poor and minority kids are losing out the most from the shift away from in-person learning.  See chart below.
As we’ve written about in the past, numerous experts have stated clearly that in-person schooling should be reinstated for students around the glob. New Mexico’s supposed advocates for “the children” are nowhere to be found advocating for these children. RGF recently called out Speaker Egolf for his lack of a public stance on the issue, but  he’s hardly alone.

New Mexico has literally dozens of well-funded left-wing advocacy organizations. We have not seen a single one of them advocate publicly for the reinstatement of in-person learning. If you know of any that have, please send us a note: info@riograndefoundation.org.

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