Sick Year

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March 2020, America’s schools were among the first casualties. They shut down for months, forcing students into a remote learning environment that many found painful and unproductive. Even when schools finally reopened, it was only with onerous masking and social distancing requirements in place. We were told these were temporary measures, but almost two years later the school system has still failed to adapt to serve the needs of students and parents. For some families, this is enough to take matters into their own hands. As the country witnesses a mass exodus from government schools, meet the mothers who decided to step up and take responsibility for their children’s education. It turns out that where the system has failed, moms are succeeding, and they have never been happier.

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Sam Martin

Sam Martin is the Creative Director at Free the People. Sam has over a decade of experience in cinematic storytelling, acting, and production. Sam directed Free the People’s How to Love Your Enemy, a full-length documentary about restorative justice. He also hosts three series at Free the People: Freedom Over Fear, Cult of Wokeness, and Liberty Beats.

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