That’s why, when it comes to the decision to reopen schools, the health and well-being of entire families and communities are all on the line.
When he puts politics before public health, students get left behind, and families and educators are forced to put their health and safety at risk.
Unfortunately, working families and early childhood caregivers have been hung out to dry by the Trump administration from the beginning.
As the pandemic casts our country’s child care crisis into sharp relief, the price of Trump’s failures is being disproportionately paid by women.
Nevada’s working families and caregivers deserve better than Trump’s broken promises.