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Former education chief: Parents should pull kids out of school before ‘surrendering’ them to remote learning

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Former Education Secretary Dr. Bill Bennett stated mother and father should search different means of education before they “give up” their kids to these demanding a return to remote learning.

“Children come first, not final,” Bennett stated Thursday on “Fox News Primetime.” “They have been a really uncared for group during the last couple of years.”

“There is a sure type of give up we aren’t allowed to apply in entrance of the younger,” he continued. “We can not give up ourselves. We can not give up our liberty and our freedom, and we can not give up them. Find the most effective education you possibly can in your youngster that may you present.”

CHICAGO PARENTS WARNS REMOTE LEARNING HAS ‘DEVASTATING EFFECTS’ FOR FAMILIES AS UNION MULLS ‘TEMPORARY’ SHIFT

(A protester holds and #OpenSchools signal. )

Schools throughout the nation rushed to deliver again remote learning amid a nationwide surge in COVID-19 circumstances. Schools in Washington, D.C., Maine, New York, Virginia, Chicago, and North Carolina have both already switched to digital learning or are contemplating closing their doorways for in-person classes.

Parents should not tolerate the dearth of regard district officers have for youngsters affected by school closures, Bennett stated.