When “going to school” is not an option, today’s standard solution is easily stated: Exchange old-style classes for virtual classes. Easily stated, but not always easily implemented. There are numerous reasons why teachers, students, and parents may find the situation more complicated than simply clicking on an app:
Small wonder, perhaps, that some politicians are pushing to “just put everything back to normal for next school year.” But even if improvements in the public-health situation make that feasible—which is far from certain at time of this writing—parental worries about child safety will deter many from rushing back into “regular” schooling any time soon. Plus, many families (and schools) are already comfortable with the virtual approach and in no hurry to abandon it altogether.
While we wait for a “new normal” to sort itself out, what can you do to keep your children virtually educated if you have any of the “limited resources” problems above?