As we continue to fly through summer, the debate about re-opening schools has started to heat up. With September coming closer, the President and other legislators are pushing districts to re-open. While many experts agree that remote learning may be the safest way to go.
It seems there is a lose, lose situation no matter which way we look at this issue. If we leave schools closed, working families will be under more pressure to find out how to keep their younger children under supervision during the day, as well as well not having help with meals for their children. Many families rely on school lunch programs to ensure their kids get fed. It may be forcing families to stretch even thinner than they already are.