Among the many lingering consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are the impacts it had on the education of children. Reports show the disruption to school classes set back reading and math scores, creating the largest decrease in reading ability in 30 years. The declines were greater for low-income students, racial minorities, and students already struggling. This data alarmed educators and researchers.
I suggest A Fever in the Heartland by Timothy Eagan, the Ku Klux Klan' s plot to take over America and the woman who stopped them.
An account of the Klan's activities in the 1920's, especially in Indiana, and the rapid rebirth of the group.
Thank you! I find it a tremendous help to have these recommendations.