Because K-12 online learning is likely to continue for some time, parents and teachers have an important role in helping students succeed.
School districts might wish to study these COVID-19 protocols that have been effective at providing safe childcare during the pandemic.
Returning to school is inevitable, and there will likely be a gap in academic performance and retention from when K-12 students left the classroom in March.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, I have seen more challenges for online college students than I ever saw in the past.
A gap year between high school and college is relatively common. But this year, gap years are resulting from safety concerns.
This summer provides a valuable opportunity to help K-12 students develop habits that will increase their safety once school resumes.
The internet can be a great learning tool in many ways. However, the internet also opens a special risk to children and teenagers called cyberbullying.
For many teachers and K-12 students who have never experienced the online learning environment, this transition has brought about many challenges.