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Harvard Study Says Remote Schooling Is Biggest Culprit Of Inequality, Clay Travis Responds

A Harvard study found students in high-poverty districts had much less in-person instruction and lost more ground academically … Clay Travis isn’t surprised.

The study’s authors said the “striking and important finding was that remote instruction had much more negative impacts in high-poverty schools.”

Here’s what OutKick founder Clay Travis had to say:

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Written by Megan Turner

Megan graduated from the University of Central Florida and writes and tweets about anything related to sports. She replies to comments she shouldn't reply to online and thinks the CFP Rankings are absolutely rigged. Follow her on Twitter at @Megnturner_ and Instagram at @Megnturner.

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  1. Of course it was. Those of us with half a brain knew that remote schooling was fine for upper middle class and wealthy families because many of those families have either flexible work from home ability or a stay at home parent. Duh. Demokkkrats don’t really help the people they claim to help.

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