Whether you realize it or not, students were out of school for almost five months before returning to virtual or traditional school in 2020. For the past two years, they have been in and out of the classroom losing instructional time. Even if they had some sort of instruction, it was probably not as rigorous as it normally would be considering all the changes that were happening. When students are out of school for the summer, just two months, they have drastic learning gaps.
Education is very important to me and always has been. As a child I was very shy and had a hard time making friends. I had amazing teachers in elementary school that showed me care and compassion and helped to push me and get me out of my shell. They would make sure I had someone to sit with and work with. I always felt welcome and comfortable in their classrooms. Many of my early teachers helped to introduce me to my first friends. I am forever grateful for their guidance an
Being in the middle of a pandemic has taught us one thing for sure...learning has to go on. As much as we might think COVID-19 will be over soon, it may actually be here longer than we would like. The key to thriving in helping your child receive the best education is to understand what homeschooling can do for your child. Even if you have your child in virtual school with a public or private institution, this blogpost will still help you work with them more effectively to gr