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Schools are promising that remote learning will be better this fall—but it will still present challenges for many families.

Jul 23 2020

Schools are promising that remote learning will be better this fall—but it will still present challenges for many families. As schools across the country start unveiling their plans for the upcoming academic year, some are giving families the choice of going fully remote or opting for a “hybrid schedule” of sending students in part-time. Districts are promising to provide better online instruction and guidance as well as more support for parents. However, much of the efficiency and success of distant learning will depend on how much parents will be able to help their kids. Single parents who don’t have remote jobs are having a harder time balancing working and helping their child, while distant learning has proven to be harder for students whose first language isn’t English and those with special needs. Our Gen Z’s Education Interrupted report found that 71% of 13-18-year-olds say remote learning has been difficult. (WSJ)