More than 70% of Black students are going to school entirely online, compared to 40% of white students.
They're managing their kids' remote learning while also trying to earn a living.
Some districts are trying hotlines, others are offering socially distanced in-person sessions.
At first, a new COVID-19 system caused hundreds of thousands of entrance exam grades to be deflated.
The main argument is that it's worse for kids to stay at home and stick to remote learning when compared to the risk of illness or even death.
In Nashville, the school district has put a ban on online fundraising for classrooms.
According to a recent study, fewer than 40 percent of schools employ a full-time nurse.
The proposal is controversial.
Government officials plan to close over 280 public schools, combine resources and introduce charter schools and a private school voucher program to the island.