Is your child receiving classroom instruction this fall? If so, congratulations. You must live in an area in which the virus is under control. Is your child thriving with online classes? If the answer is Yes, congratulations to you also. On the other hand, if you have answered No to both questions, you need an […]
No matter how the 2020 election turns out, the inequities of public education are not going to even out for a very long time. The child who can read fluently can still become an educated adult.
Writing has always come first.
If harried parents can do nothing else for their children’s education during these distressing times, they can help them master the one academic skill that is the foundation on which formal education is built.
What we have now is normal for now. Parents must work within the circumstances that exist now. For many, that means that some form of home-schooling will be the norm for the foreseeable future.
If the details of online instruction have you and your children stressed to the breaking point, stand down. Go low-tech, with books and writing materials.