OPINION: What the U.S. can learn about education during crisis from South Korea’s wartime example

In 1950, the Korean conflict escalated into an international war. Later referred to as the “coldest winter,” it was a time of frostbite and bloodshed. Soldiers and citizens died in brutal, subzero temperatures while threats of atomic warfare and World War 3 loomed. About 40 percent of school buildings in South Korea were destroyed, and schools across the country […]