Flashpoint: Class of 2020 grieves graduations, but creates new celebrations; Philly schools' digital learning; NOMO Foundation

This week's panel includes Andrea Egert, Aniya Mack, Jena Meile, and Steven Scott Bradley.
Photo credit Courtesy of Andrea Egert, Aniya Mack, Jena Meile, and Steven Scott Bradley

This week on Flashpoint: Host and KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about the impact of mass cancellation of graduation ceremonies for the class of 2020. 

Nicknamed "the class of COVID-19," every level of the educational milestones have been impacted by the pandemic, with many adolescents and young adults feeling out of sync with life. Milestones like graduation are culturally and psychologically significant rites of passage. How do you grieve what was? How do you process the loss of an event during such a trying time?  

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