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Twitter critics note the omission of Biden's message about how COVID-19 hurt students: "This was political."

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Critics challenged a message posted on President Biden's Twitter account about how the COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on children's education,, I omitted important details and suggested that I didn't target all the right criminals.

"Children are lagging behind in math and reading because of the pandemic," Biden's Twitter account read Tuesday. "We know how to fill this gap. I've used the funds of the American Rescue Plan to expand tutoring, summer learning, and after-school programs to schools, with more than 250,000 children. We are calling for the provision of tutors and mentors. "

" The teachers' union fought to keep schools closed for over a year, "said Corey, Head of National Research for the American Children's Federation.・ De Angelis replied. He included an example to support his remarks.

DeAngelis recalled a tweet from theChicago Teachers Unionin December 2020: "The impetus for reopening school is rooted in sexism, racism and misogyny. I am. " The union deleted the message in response to the backlash.

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Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, speaks before a crowd of striking educators at Capital High School in Charleston, West Virginia, U.S., February, 19 2019. REUTERS/Lexi Browning

Randy Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers , Speaking in front of a crowd of impressive educators at Capital High, February 19, 2019, School in Charleston, West Virginia, USA. REUTERS / Lexi Browning ( REUTERS / Lexi Browning)

Some others are not the COVID-19 pandemicitself However, depending on how teachers and instructors responded to it, the test scores went down and the proficiency rate went down. Two years of inconsistent face-to-face and home-based learning also reportedly negatively impacted students' mental health.

"Recent data from researchers at Harvard University show that decisions by cities and states that support the pandemic, rather than the pandemic itself, determined the children's delays." ProPublica's Alec MacGillis tweeted.

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"It wasn't a pandemic," Fox News said. Contributor Karol Markowicz tweeted. "It was due to Democrats and their slavery dedication to subcommittees like Randi Weingarten."

"The children weren't left behind because of the pandemic." Markowicz told FoxNews Digital. "They were left behind in response to a pandemic in the Blue States. The Democrats chose teachers' unions over children. When Gavin Newsam's children returned to direct learning in private schools, they were in their area. Public schools remained closed. It wasn't pandemic-related. It was political-related. "

Seattle radio host Jason Lantz also said that children's education growth was growing. He blamed the "Democratic Party and the Union" for being at a loss. He delved into Biden's American Rescue Plan and added.

"Democrats and unions have closed schools with a virus that has little effect on children," Lantz wrote. "Biden's fix? Spend money we don't have in a way that exacerbates inflation."

Parents, hoping to overcome the confusion that students colluded with There is:'There are so many children behind'

One of the more notorious examples that suggests that the teachers' union helped delay the reopening of school, US teachers The Federation (AFT) and the National Education Association (NEA) have been found to be compatible with theCenters for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC). Last-minute changes to last year's school reopening guidance.

The two largest teachers' unions in the United States, AFT and NEA, received a copy of the guidance before the CDC made it publicly available. This included a phased resumption approach for K-12 schools based on cases of coronavirus. area. Kelly Trautner, AFT's Senior Director of Health Issues, sent an email to CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on February 11, 2021, the day before the CDC publicly announced the guidance. In the email, Troutner suggested inserting the following line in the CDC. 

Two of the AFT's proposals were reportedly "almost verbatimly adopted" in the final text of the CDC document on resuming guidance.

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