In March 2020, in the face of a global pandemic, the Unites States embarked on a series of unplanned and unprecedented social experiments, perhaps none greater than seeking to continue the education of many millions of k-12 students exclusively online. How well did our education system do in this trial by fire? How well did the nation's students do? What have we learned? Guests: Dr. Steve Gregor, Director of Secondary Education, Washington Township Public Schools (NJ) Kristin Hutchinson, Vice President for Education of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia Dr. Douglas Harris, Professor and Department Chair of Economics at Tulane University.