The first day back to school on Dec. 7 at Yung Wing School P.S. 124 in New York City. Students whose parents opted for blended learning returned to school after all were shut down a few weeks earlier. Millions of students are still going to school online.

Former Education Secretary John King Jr. thinks a national tutoring program would help students make up for lost learning during the pandemic. He talked with NPR about the challenges facing schools.

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Former Education Secretary John King Jr. thinks a national tutoring program would help students make up for lost learning during the pandemic. He talked with NPR about the challenges facing schools.
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