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Educators respond to poll about remote learning

In response to a poll conducted by The Education Trust-New York, David Bennardo, superintendent of South Huntington schools, and Dia Bryant, interim executive director of The Education Trust-New York, talk about the affect remote learning has had on the educational experiences for students and their parents. Credit: Newsday / Joie Tyrell; Barry Sloan

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