By The Associated Press undefined MEXICO CITY — Millions of Mexican school children returned to classes, but not schools, on Monday as the government attempted to start a new school year despite the challenges of the pandemic. A system cobbling together online classes, instruction broadcast on television channels and radio programming in Indigenous languages is meant to keep students from missing out in a country already defined by deep inequalities. As other countries around the world have already discovered, there is no perfect replacement for in-person classes. The Mexican government enlisted the country's largest private television companies to dedicate channels […]
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