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Christy Hudson, a Fairfax County, Va. mother of three, told "America’s Newsroom" on Monday that the county’s postponement of in-person learning amid the coronavirus pandemic is "heartbreaking" and "devastating."
Her daughter attends private school and has been able to learn in the classroom, she explained.
"Fairfax’s teachers are now eligible for the vaccine, but Superintendent Scott Brabrand refused to say whether parents could expect their children to return to school soon," the editorial said.
BROWN CRITICIZED FOR PLAN TO VACCINATE TEACHERS AHEAD OF ELDERLY TO REOPEN SCHOOLS"Meanwhile, Fairfax’s students are suffering massive academic losses.
Failing rates have spiked across all grades, and many students have simply checked out of virtual learning altogether, according to Fairfax teachers."
"I think parents and families in Fairfax County are feeling very frustrated right now," Hudson told host Dana Perino on Monday.
"We have been out of school here for almost a whole year."
"Fairfax County is letting us down," she added, noting that "we used to be considered one of the most premier school systems in the country."
Hudson also noted that parents and students "don’t even have a guarantee yet about next fall."
"Our superintendent has gone on the record a few times saying that he can’t assure anybody that there will be a full-time opening in Fairfax County next fall," she continued.
A message Fox News left with Superintendent Dr. Scott Brabrand’s office for comment was not immediately returned.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP"We would like to see ourselves be able to go back to school," Hudson stressed.

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