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WSJ “Flunks Students and Teachers”, Implicitly Passes Remote Learning.

June 7, 2020

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According to this Axios article the Wall Street Journal concludes that students and teachers warranted a failing grade for their inability to succeed in making a sudden and unforeseen switch to remote learning. The primary reason for the failing grades, though, have little to do with either the teachers’ adaptability or the students’ proficiency with computers. The failures occurred because of the lack of internet access on the part of students, the lack of quality educational software, and the lack of training available to both students and teachers on such short notice. But from Rupert Murdoch’s perspective blaming teachers and students fits the narrative that might ultimately lead to the favored solution of conservatives and libertarians: the privatization of public schools.

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