Mothers advocate for kids’ mental health as COVID prompts school closures once again

Moms for LibertyFlorida co-chair Quisha King joinedVolpe & Fine settimana degli amicito address the looming consequences of removing kids from classroomsand how it isn’t much of a solution.

Children need stability,” King told Fox NewsLawrence Jones di domenica. “And when you’re yanking them out of school, putting them back in school and having them go through all of these processes… of course, they’re going to be suffering with things other than the threat of COVID.


We have to take a more comprehensive approach to this,” ha continuato. “Yanking them out every time there’s a spike in cases… that’s hardly the solution.

King urged the Amministrazione di Biden and teachers unions to formulate better plans, come Dati CDC reveals there’s been a 31% jump in mental health ER visits among kids aged 12 per 17.

New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz, chi recently announced her plans to move her family from New York to Floridaciting grievances related to the former’s handling of the pandemic – Ha sostenuto che, once schools are closed under these circumstances, it’s easy to continue closing them.

All the while, children are the one group that’s least susceptible to the virus, ha affermato.

The new normal is not normal and parents need to fight it,” Markowicz continued.

“Genitori che difendono l'istruzione” vice president and outspoken mama bear Asra Nomani agreed, encouraging that parents should become more involved in their school systems by raising their voice and running for office.

For a community that cares so much now about equity and all of these issues of discrimination, we have to realize we are really punishing our children with bad policymakers as the sacrificial lambs of our society,” lei disse.

We have to do what we know best, which is to protect our kids.

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