The article is on the students of the United States of America, with a major focus on the black and Hispanic students as they have been termed as largely living in poverty. Data from Curriculum associates states that only 60% of the students from low income families log into the online learning system while 90%of students from high income families are engaging in online learning. Also, the surveys carried out are showing that students from the low income families are likely to suffer from learning loss. These low income students will likely suffer from a learning loss of up to one year, which will increase the existing achievement gap. Research is providing information that the Coronavirus is probably going to increase the school dropout rate for low income students as well, the highest number being from the Hispanics. The article concludes with a call to action for the United States, asking that the country acts as quickly as possible in order to avoid the projected outcome of the coronavirus on education for low income students.