The New York Times Acknowledges: School Closures and Home-Schooling's Impacted Children's Well-Being

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  • Source: NY Times
  • 11/24/2023
It has come to light that The New York Times has acknowledged the adverse effects of school closures and the subsequent implementation of home-schooling during the pandemic, which have had a significant impact on children's well-being. During that period, the NY Times did not address the matter of closed schools, neglecting to raise any questions or concerns regarding this particular issue.

The left-wing newspaper, in contrast, prioritized the promotion of fear-mongering individuals while simultaneously suppressing, defaming, or disregarding those who expressed opposing viewpoints.

In certain instances, esteemed doctors and scientists who expressed dissenting views from the prevailing narrative faced public criticism and were subjected to derogatory labels such as "conspiracy theorists" by individuals identifying as journalists.

However, the New York Times has recently shifted its perspective and released an opinion piece titled "The Startling Evidence of Learning Loss Is In" during the weekend.

The information presented in the Times article suggests that “The evidence is now in, and it is startling. The school closures that took 50 million children out of classrooms at the start of the pandemic may prove to be the most damaging disruption in the history of American education. It also set student progress in math and reading back by two decades and widened the achievement gap that separates poor and wealthy children.”

Additionally, the implementation of this policy had the detrimental effect of regressing student progress in both math and reading, effectively setting it back by a significant span of two decades. Furthermore, this policy has had the unfortunate consequence of exacerbating the existing achievement gap that separates children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and those from more affluent households.


The evidence, although not surprising, is apparent to those who have been reasonably observant over the last three and a half years. The Times has recently granted permission to acknowledge a fact that was evident right from the start, despite the delay of over three years. However, expressing such a viewpoint during the years 2020, 2021, or even 2022 would often result in facing various personal attacks aimed at discrediting your argument.

Individuals who dared to question the viewpoints propagated by the corporate media, particularly those pertaining to scientific matters, often found themselves subjected to various derogatory labels. These labels included accusations of racism, conspiracy theorizing, endorsement of eugenics, discrimination against individuals with disabilities, denial of scientific principles, affiliation with the alt-right movement, belief in a flat Earth, or association with Nazi ideologies.


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