Are millions of students really missing school?

As many as 3 million of the country’s most marginalized students may not have returned to school — online or in-person — since the COVID closures in March, a new analysis suggests. English language learners, homeless and disabled students, and children in foster care are among the groups that have had the most trouble accessing school since the pandemic began, according to the “Missing in the Margins” report by Bellwether Education Partners.

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