Tawnell Hobbs

Wall Street Journal

National Education Reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

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“Distance learning got really low marks from school districts throughout the country,” says national education reporter Tawnell Hobbs.

Problems of remote education, and what reopened schools might look like

“Distance learning got really low marks from school districts throughout the country,” says national education reporter Tawnell Hobbs.

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