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With the COVID-19 pandemic having taken a toll on education and schooling around the world, students have found themselves learning remotely or in hybrid environments.
But as COVID-19 vaccines rollout across the U.S., some students have already returned to the classroom and more schools are preparing for in-person instruction by the fall.
"They need the opportunity, they need the eye-to-eye contact, they need to be with you in classrooms," said U.S. President Joe Biden to educators and school leaders.
Biden and others are encouraging schools to reopen safely but until all students are back in the classroom, many are still navigating hybrid learning and changing school schedules.
The pandemic has shown to disproportionately impact people and communities of color in many ways, including education.
Federal data shows the majority of students who are learning remotely are students of color, with many receiving at most, two hours of live instruction.
Here's how people at home can help students who are still learning from home and get them ready to go back to the classroom, according to the Washington Post.
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