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New poll results from Phi Delta Kappa and Gallup reveal that the American public has an overall positive outlook on its children’s schools, although poll respondents seem to oppose online learning.

While those surveyed overwhelmingly support access to the internet and technology in schools (61 percent said it is “very important” for public school students to have access at schools), 59 percent oppose having high school students...

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