Tag: Parents

NPR/Ipsos Poll: Nearly One-Third Of Parents May Stick With Remote Learning

My kid is doing fine, but we want help However their children were attending school, 48%


Parents With Disabilities Face Extra Hurdles With Kids' Remote Schooling

“So being out, hearing people speak, using their voices,” says Manzanares through an ASL interpreter, “that


Listen and Connect: How Parents Can Support Teens’ Mental Health Right Now

No single strategy, like deep breathing, will magically make our worries disappear. That said, “having coping


How Parents Can Help Kids Who Are Scared and Anxious During the Pandemic

Rehearse it with your kids so the conversation goes smoothly. Practice positive thinking and mindfulness In


Juggling Financial Stress And Caregiving, Parents Are 'Very Not OK' In The Pandemic

“We’re seeing skyrocketing rates of job losses and food insecurity and stress,” says Anna Johnson, a


Parents Turn to 'Learning Pods' and Piecemeal Solutions to Fill Gaps in Kids' Schooling

Mancha-Sumners knew that her family couldn’t afford that. She is taking time off work to sort


As School Year Approaches, Parents and Educators Struggle with Uncertainty

Dozens of teachers, parents and district leaders around the country told NPR that the back-to-school season


What Parents Can Learn From Child Care Centers That Stayed Open During COVID19 Lockdowns

In a separate, unscientific survey of child care centers, Brown University economist Emily Oster found that,


How Tutors are Teaching Kids Online and Helping Overwhelmed Parents

Motivated by a desire to contribute, former educators around the country are returning to the classroom,


How Parents Can Help Their Dyslexic Child Get Needed Support | MindShift

Texas and Arkansas in particular have comprehensive laws, and recently California made headlines as it beefed