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Millennial parents are “second guessing” their school choices as COVID cases surge again. 

Nov 05 2020

Millennial parents are “second guessing” their school choices as COVID cases surge again. While half of middle and high school students said they would be going to school online this fall, many families did choose in-person learning. But as confirmed cases rise again, some parents are second-guessing and reversing their decisions. There aren’t any “nationwide numbers” available to show how many are changing their minds, but anecdotally many parents who planned to send their kids in-person when it became possible are deciding to keep them remote. According to the NYC Department of Education, nearly 54% of NYC parents opted for full distant learning in October—up from 30% in mid-August. Many schools are accommodating decisions to switch remote at any time, but “limiting switching to in-person to designated time periods.” (WSJ)