The three interrelated crises that have seized the country since spring — threatening our health, disrupting the economy and demanding racial justice — have raised concerns about how we educate and care for our children. When and how will our schools reopen? How can we make affordable, quality child care available so that parents can return to work? Beneath these urgent questions lie deeper concerns that existed long before the pandemic hit and that must be addressed if we hope to create a viable future for our children and our community.
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