The pandemic caused many schools to go online instead of in person, but new legislation could change that.
In our Feb. 4 edition of KX Conversation, Sen. Kevin Cramer joined us to discuss the Put Students First Act of 2021 that he and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced.
The legislation would prevent federal funds for K-12 schools if they don’t reopen. Cramer discussed why he believes that decision should be left up to federal oversight instead of individual school districts, and more.
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