I agree completely and not just in the realm of schools. When the governor told a dog groomer they could not be one-on-one trimming a pet during the shutdown but gun shops were essential to everyday life, we see the divides right in front of our faces. This will only get worse when many will not be able to pay May, June, July rents, some back to work and some not, any too scared to return to work will be booted from unemployment. These and most other examples targets poor, intended or not. It goes deeper and deeper. Your point about schools seems very accurate and in line with the push to privatize anything and everything if possible.This is only going to exacerbate the difference between the haves and have nots.
We are in for a rough transition that will have a ripple effect for years.
Like you I see this will have an impact in many areas including schools for years.