Parenting through Covid: Going from remote learning to school classrooms

This week Dear Bernard’s guest columnist, Nasim Talebreza-May, looks how this school year has changed our ideas of school and parenting. 

While many schools were on Winter Holiday, Oregon’s Governor made a surprising announcement that she was relaxing the requirements around school closures due to the mental health and academic concerns facing children now “outweigh the short-term risk.” Although this statement did not result in the immediate opening of schools, it does draw attention to the stress that children and parents have been facing as they navigate the new realm . . .

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