Over 11.7 million kids will be in a “remote learning only” situation starting this fall, with another 3 million in a “hybrid” model (source: Education Week).
This means 14 million families need to figure out how to balance work from home (if they can), school from home, and the resulting strains this puts on their families.
While there’s certainly some great opportunities, this can lead to family stress, in an already tough year. Many parents are also concerned about the effects of additional screen time on their kids. Several studies show that there can be developmental delays with excessive screen time (source: Journal of American Pediatrics).
Here are Five Ways to Help Your Family Thrive, regardless of these circumstances:
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