Experts fear COVID-19 could widen Memphis’ literacy divides



By Ashley Davis, for High Ground News

Christina Ueal’s dining room table is now a makeshift classroom. Like parents across the Mid-South, she’s navigating a new normal. 

Tennessee schools are likely to keep buildings closed until the 2020-21 school year per Governor Bill Lee’s April 15 recommendation. 

“With five kids, it’s just hard,” said Ueal. “You can explain it to yourself, but it’s hard to put it into words where [your kids] can understand it.”

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