NEA Claims With Government Bailout, 153,721 Education Jobs Projected to be Lost Could be Restored

McConnell’s wait-and-see tactics put students in limbo as states grapple with reopening plans by Staci Maiers If the economic damage wrought by the coronavirus pandemic isn’t answered with immediate, additional funding for states and localities, the United States is projected to lose 1.9 million education jobs — approximately one-fifth of the workforce that powers public schools and public colleges and universities — according to a new analysis by the National Education Association. Experts warn the looming cuts not only will impact the educators who receive those pink slips and their families; it also will profoundly impact the 51 million students […]
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