"More than 55 million U.S. children aren’t physically in school. In a survey of almost 4,000 teachers done by the classroom-focused nonprofit Donors Choose, 97 percent said school closings are jeopardizing student learning. This tough situation is compounded for kids from poor, dysfunctional or abusive homes. Donors Choose normally links contributors to classrooms around the country needing help; now it has created a “Keep Kids Learning” fund, targeting donations to teachers in low-income schools, who send supplies or food to children."
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