Wisconsin's largest school district yesterday announced its plan for students' return in the fall and concerns are being raised over it widening the inequity gap.
The Milwaukee Public Schools’ plan could mean students will go more than six months without stepping foot inside of a school. TMJ4 reports that could have consequences that are steeper for African American students than for white students.
Urban education experts Dr. Steve Gerner and Prof. Eugene Pitchford, both Concordia professors who formerly served as administrators in Milwaukee schools, share their expertise with TMJ4 reporters Shaun Gallagher and Lauren Linder.
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