President Biden visits D.C. middle school to mark the start of classes

On Tuesday, President Joe Biden made a visit to a Washington D.C. middle school to mark the start of the school year and talk to children and teachers about the importance of a quality education. Biden visited Lincoln Middle School in the Washington D.C. suburb of Falls Church, Va., where he spoke to students and their families about the need for a 21st-century education.


Biden discussed how the pandemic has disrupted education, saying that it has exposed the disparities between rich and poor schools. He also discussed the importance of closing the digital divide and modernizing schools’ technology infrastructure.

Biden also talked about the “American Rescue Plan” that he signed earlier this year, which provides additional funds for school districts across the country. He noted that the amount of funding going to K-12 schools is the largest infusion of federal money in decades.

The President’s visit to Lincoln was the first he’s made to a school since becoming President, and his remarks to students reflected the deep commitment he has to improving education. He noted that education is the key to both the nation’s economic and social success. He recognized the difficulties that students, parents, and teachers have faced in the last year, and offered hope for a brighter future with a larger investment in education.

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