ICYMI: Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Take the Back to School Debate Virtual

August 12, 2020
Press Release

WASHINGTON – This week, the Co-Chairs of the Problem Solvers Caucus Reps. Tom Reed and Josh Gottheimer released a Counterpoint using the new platform A Starting Point (ASP). ASP was launched earlier this summer by actors Mark Kassen and Chris Evans as a place for bipartisan civic engagement.


Should students go back to school in-person or virtually this fall?

Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) <-> Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY)

Washington, D.C. –  As U.S. states debate school safety in the midst of COVID-19, the Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Tom Reed (R-NY) explore whether students should learn in-person or virtually this fall. Hear the Democrat and Republican viewpoints in this week’s six-minute Counterpoint, exclusively on A Starting Point (ASP).  

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Counterpoints are short back-and-forth discussions between two elected officials from across the aisle. All answers are under one minute. Visit www.astartingpoint.com to learn more and watch past Counterpoints.


Contact: Kaylin.Minton@astartingpoint.com