By Michelle Brunetti Post at The Press of Atlantic City

Poorer children in New Jersey, and students of color, are more likely to be in schools offering only remote learning as the state grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, and a large percentage of their parents say they need more help to succeed, according to a recent statewide poll.

The poll of 600 New Jersey parents by Global Strategy Group was conducted for the New Jersey Children’s Foundation and the statewide education policy and advocacy organization JerseyCAN from Oct. 6 to 16, the groups said in a news release Wednesday.

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