Sept. 18, 2020: Where Distance Learning & Discipline Intersect; Classical’s Racial Divide

September 18, 2020
The Elliott family.The Elliott family.Courtesy of the Elliotts
The Elliott family shares their story of sheriff's deputies coming to their home where their son was learning remotely. The school district is now reviewing its policies.

What does school discipline look like when kids learn from home? And when does it go too far? Then, a preview of the Nuggets' conference finals. Plus, finding consensus in a big congressional district. Also, why some ballot wording IS IN CAPS. Then, a virtuoso clarinet player talks about classical music's reckoning with racism and inclusivity.