‘Historic academic regression’: Why homeschooling is so hard amid school closures
Source: USA Today
At 8:40 a.m., a mindfulness coach at a private preschool in Miami used Zoom to greet toddlers lounging on carpets, beds and couches at home. Their faces lit up when she sang and said she loved them.
Across California, only 59% of public-school parents surveyed in late March thought their district’s learning plan was successful, according to a statewide poll. For those concerned their child would be unable to participate, 41% said not having enough computers or internet devices was the top barrier, according to poll results from The Education Trust-West, a group that advocates for educational justice.