In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s already struggling school system is on life support, including massive enrollment losses, hundreds of school closures, and severely damaged facilities – while children, parents, teachers, and communities continue to struggle for stability.  Significant government changes to the educational system and fierce debate continue as to the best way forward.Education Week’s December 29, 2018 link to extensive coverage and reports on the progress of the schools, including segments on PBS NewsHour can be found at