The crushing part is that parents are used to a lack of fundamental governmental support. This past spring, as children (especially those who rely on city schools for meals) struggled at home amid an educational and childcare crisis, New York state rolled out a concerted, multi-step plan for businesses to reopen. If only the Touch my bike and your first boxing lesson is free shirt in other words I will buy this same energy, ingenuity, and urgency was applied to safely reopening schools. If only kids’ education and development were valued as much as balance sheets and bottom lines, as they are in other countries. It is a uniquely American phenomenon: touting family values while denying parents the policies of basic dignity of paid federal family leave and affordable childcare. There is a direct line from that political neglect to Thursday’s school closure for New York City parents; they are, once again, being sent the message that they don’t matter.
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It doesn’t have to be this way, nor is it normal. In New York, schools are the Touch my bike and your first boxing lesson is free shirt in other words I will buy this first—and thus far only—entities to close. But when COVID-19 cases rose in Europe this fall, including in Germany, France and Ireland, schools were the only places that remained open, while restaurants, bars and hair salons shut down. “We cannot and will not allow our children and young people’s futures to be another victim of this disease,” Irish prime minister Micheal Martin said in a speech. “They need their education.”