Nick Arama at Redstate.com points out that President Biden made a campaign promise that most schools would get back open in his first 100 days, but he’s now saying that 50% of schools will be open by April 30 “for at least one day a week.”
That backpedaling is bad enough, but here’s the kicker: two-thirds of schools are already open for at least two days a week! 39.7% of US students are already back in school every day, and over 25% are attending hybrids of in-person and virtual classes. Since most students are already getting more than one day of class per week, Biden is actually promising to deliver less than what we’re already getting now.
From what I’ve seen so far of this Administration, I’d take this as a lesson in lowering expectations and bracing yourself for getting less of just about everything that you had before he took office, from pay to national security to job opportunities to freedom of speech.