Programs for students from working-class families trying to navigate distance learning

Aired on KCBS on February 5, 2021

As remote learning continues for students in California’s public schools, non-profits who serve students and their families are doing what they can to help.

In San Francisco’s working-class Visitation Valley neighborhood, help is coming from a non-profit that goes by,”Real Options for City Kids,” or, “R.O.C.K.,” for short.  Executive Director of “R.O.C.K.,” Jefferson-award winner, Curt Yagi, joined KCBS Radio news anchor, Peter Finch, with more about the program.