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The impact of Covid on kids: Anya Kamenetz on what we know and what we don’t yet | Spawned Ep 285

This week on Spawned, I have the honor of welcoming back the wonderful Anya Kamenetz, NPR Education reporter and author, to talk about her new book, The Stolen Year: How Covid Changed Kids’ Lives…and Where We Go Now. I will tell you this: From the title alone, this is not the book you may think it is. Anya traces the history of our country’s failure to support children and families — especially mothers — and how the crisis that came about in 2020 was actually decades in the making.
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In ‘The Stolen Year,’ Anya Kamenetz Looks For Who To Blame During Pandemic. Is It All Of Us?

History is supposed to guide us toward a better future; at least, that’s the argument for Anya Kamenetz’s new book "The Stolen Year: How COVID Changed Children’s Lives, and Where We Go Now." We certainly need a better future! The pandemic’s effects on children continue to frustrate and scare us: in addition to disease, there’s quarantining, there’s masks, there’s social and emotional impact, there’s academic losses.
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