Teachers unions are finally flexing their hold on the Biden administration.
In an interview Wednesday with Savannah Guthrie on NBC’s “Today” show, Vice President Kamala Harris stuttered and stammered when asked to clarify President Joe Biden’s policy on school reopenings.
Guthrie, pointing to what she called a “shifting timeline” from the Biden administration on school reopenings, asked, “Look, again, parents watching — what is the bottom line? What does it mean for schools to be reopened, and how soon can they be reopened?”
“So, our goal is that as many K through 8 schools as possible will reopen, as, within the first 100 days, our goal, is that it will be five days a week, and so we have to work to achieve that goal,” Harris responded.
“‘We are — we — the, the issue here is not just about statistics, it’s about our kids. It’s about their parents.”