It's day three of our week-long series focused on education during a pandemic.

On Wednesday night, we explore how marginalized student communities will be impacted by both in-person and remote learning options.

We heard from Revere Superintendent Dr. Dianne Kelly and Russell Elementary School Principal Derrick Ciesla about how they're managing vulnerable student populations: English lanaguage learners, homeless students, immigrants and those living in families with essential workers.

As we're learning this week, there's no great solution for learning in the fall for all of the commonwealth's students — there are just solutions that seem less bad for some of them.


Dr. Dianne Kelly - 2:00
Derrick Ciesla - 14:46