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700 Days: How COVID’s ‘Seismic Interruption’ to Education Unfolded

Back in early 2020, New York City — including its public schools — was open for business until it wasn’t. Classrooms that were packed Friday were off-limits by Monday, March 16. That was 700 days ago. To mark the milestone, The 74 talked to education leaders and families about what’s unfolded in those two years. We zoomed in on a district in Mississippi to capture what’s happened in photos and talked to teens about how COVID has colored their friendships and relationships.

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700 Days: How COVID’s ‘Seismic Interruption’ to Education Unfolded

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