Closing all US schools for one month would erase $50 billion from the economy, according to new analysis led by a professor of epidemiology at NYU. One of the authors of this report speaks on the economic and social implications of these closures, including school meals and parents’ ability to work.
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School Closures Could Cost The US $50 Billion