More COVID school closures spell the end of teachers unions empire

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Imagine being a second grader in a major city right now. If you entered kindergarten during the 2019-20 school year, COVID first closed your school in March, potentially offering “remote learning.”

As you prepared to enter first grade the following fall, you were one of more than half of students nationwide for whom the school doors were still shut, again having access to remote instruction only.

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS CANCEL CLASSES FOR SECOND STRAIGHT DAY AMID FIGHT WITH TEACHERS UNION

A “closed” sign in front of a public elementary school in Grand Rapids, Michigan in March 2020. Michigan closed all schools in an effort to thwart the spread of the novel coronavirus. (iStock)

Incredibly, as you entered second grade, the 2021-22 school year, the district superintendent bows down to the powerful teachers union and shifts back to “virtual learning.”

Another teachers group, National Educators United, is now pushing for a nationwide closure of schools for at least “two weeks.” Yeah, like that worked out so well last time. In reality, you’ve hardly been in what could pass for “school” since COVID began. Even the days you had access to in-person instruction, learning to read

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