What Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Pause Means / English Learners Fall Behind With Online Learning / Why Asian Americans Are Keeping Kids Home From School / River Fox Train Reopening
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Luther Burbank high school hosts a vaccine clinic in its gym Tuesday, April 13, 2021.
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When everyone shifted to online learning because of the pandemic, not all services carried over; we’ll talk about how English learners have fallen behind and what schools can do to help them catch up. Plus, why Asian Americans are keeping their kids at home from school, and a look at the River Fox Train reopening along the Sacramento River.
- Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the UC Davis Medical Center Dr. Dean Blumberg talks about the recent news surrounding the pause on administering the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine
- Director of Californians Together Martha Hernandez describes how English Learners have been disproportionately affected by online schooling and what can be done to help these students get back on track through their report released in March
- CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan brings us her reporting on why Asain Americans are keeping their kids at home for continued distanced learning instead of sending them to school
- General Manager for the River Fox Train in West Sacramento Rob Petersen tells us about the upcoming events you can book tickets for as the weather gets warmer