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Estimated 230,000 Students in 21 States “Disappeared” From Public Schools During Pandemic

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In an alarming development, an estimated 230,000 students in 21 states have “disappeared” from public schools during the coronavirus pandemic. According to a survey conducted by the Education Department, the students have either withdrawn from school or stopped attending classes since the pandemic began.

The survey, which was conducted between April and June of 2020, found that the number of students who have suddenly vanished from public school classrooms is particularly high in states such as California, Texas, and Florida. In California alone, more than 50,000 students have disappeared from public schools.

The survey also found that the majority of the students who have left school are from low-income households and come from minority groups. This means that these students are particularly vulnerable to the educational, social, and economic impacts of the pandemic.

The reasons why these students have left school are varied, but they are largely due to the disruption caused by the pandemic. Many students have had to stay home to care for siblings or family members who have been affected by the virus. Others have had to take on additional responsibilities due to the loss of a family member’s job.

The disappearance of these students from public schools is a concerning trend, as it could have long-term implications for the educational progress of these students. Without access to quality education, these students may find it difficult to catch up and may eventually drop out of school.

Schools have been struggling to adapt to the challenges posed by the pandemic, and they have had to make difficult decisions in order to keep students safe. However, the long-term consequences of this trend should not be ignored. It is essential that schools, state governments, and the federal government take steps to ensure that these students are able to return to school and receive the education they deserve.

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