Some of the country’s largest school districts have already made the decision to go online-only for this coming school year. Many are talking about hybrid models that combine distance and in-person learning, but whether they’re online or in the classroom, teachers will bear the brunt of making their classes work.
- Plus, why Joe Biden’s campaign is dreading foreign policy.
- And a little joy for your Friday, a pandemic parody
Guests: Axios’ Kim Hart and Hans Nichols, Austin school teacher Rachel Seney, and National Education Association president Lily Eskelsen García.