A CapRadio investigation into Gov. Newsom’s wildfire 'priority project' that didn’t contain the Lava Fire, leaving evacuees stuck in traffic. Also, the pandemic exacerbates an already worrisome digital divide; we’ll discuss how to bridge that gap. Plus, how COVID-19 is shaping special education, and managing screen time for kids with more K-12 students returning to in-person class.
- CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd who's been closely monitoring wildfires throughout Northern California explains how Gov. Newsom's wildfire 'priority project' didn't contain the Lava Fire, leaving evacuees stuck in traffic.
- Brookings Institution Senior Fellow in Governance Studies and Director of the Center for Technology Dr. Nicol Turner Lee on how COVID-19 has widened the digital divide, who is affected the most, and how can we bridge the gap.
- EdSource Senior Reporter Carolyn Jones explains the impact the pandemic has had on special education in the U.S. and California
- Los Angeles-based integrative child psychiatrist and author of the book "Reset your Child's Brain," Dr. Victoria Dunckley, discusses screen time as more K-12 students return to class, issues with prolonged screen time, and how to reinstate screen time limits for kids