Working parents could be in a bind if public schools only open 1 day a week

By Evie Fordham

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Many states' economies are expected to be open in the fall despite coronavirus, but not all public schools may follow.

Continuing online learning could put working parents in a bind if schools opt to stay partially remote during next school year, which Maryland is considering. The state may bring students back only one to two days a week or alternate between being online and in-person each week.

"That sets up families for a lot of impossible choices, choices that are felt most among families that are low-income," Katherine Gallagher Robbins, child care and early education director at The Center for Law and Social Policy, told FOX Business.

 

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