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I’m a High School Student. I Don’t Want Online Learning to End.

‘Just as we had to shrink our lives by living inside, we also need to expand how we define public education.’

High school student Ligaya Chinn studies for her AP Biology test in her bedroom at her home in Oakland, CA on May 7, 2020. Photo: Jessica Christian/The San Francisco Chronicle/Getty Images

This op-ed was written by Rory Selinger, a 14-year-old high school student in New York State.




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