This week we learned the San Diego Board of Education is sending its teachers to provide in-person learning to migrant teenagers who have crossed the border and are currently being sheltered at the San Diego Convention Center. Meanwhile, local parents in the district are frustrated that their own children continue to learn remotely from home. Students in the San Diego Unified School District are expected to transition to a hybrid model of in-person and remote learning starting April. 12th.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), whose district is in San Diego, joined the Fox News Rundown earlier this week to weigh in on this and why he thinks it’s a double standard that teachers are being asked to offer safe in-person instruction to unaccompanied minors but it’s not safe enough for U.S. students to return to the classroom full-time.
Plus, what you didn’t hear on the first interview is Congressman Issa’s conversation with host Jessica Rosenthal on Big Tech and Section 230. He explains why Big Tech is “at war” with Republicans, why Republicans are calling for the end of Section 230 and if he thinks Congress will finally come together and pass legislation on Big Tech.