Moriah Balingit

Washington Post reporter covering national education issues

Moriah Balingit on KCRW

“Asian Americans are disproportionately making the decision to keep their children home,” says reporter Moriah Balingit.

Some Asian Americans may not return to in-person classes for fears of bullying and violence

“Asian Americans are disproportionately making the decision to keep their children home,” says reporter Moriah Balingit.

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The Biden administration and the CDC say it’s safe for teachers to return to classrooms before they’re vaccinated.

Reopening schools: CDC says vaccinating all educators isn’t necessary, but teachers unions disagree

The Biden administration and the CDC say it’s safe for teachers to return to classrooms before they’re vaccinated.

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