Home-Schooling Tweens and Teens During Coronavirus Closings
Editor’s Note: Written for parents, this would be a great resource to share with your families.
[Source: New York Times]
As the spread of the coronavirus leads to more school closings, many parents are finding themselves faced with the prospect of what amounts to home-schooling their children. Ideally, teachers will provide lessons, whether online or on paper, to help meet children’s academic needs, but school also fills physical and social needs.
Answering the following questions can help parents ease the transition and help children (temporarily) join the 1.7 million American students who are home-schooled.
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