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National Pi Day: Educational Resources Available for Families

Originally published by – March, 15 2021 March 14 is a day celebrated by millions of math fans’ around the world: the day is dedicated to both food and the mathematical constant, 3.14. NBC Connecticut celebrated the national day by providing a couple of educational resources and experiences from those around the state. Dawn […]

March 23, 2021

What does 2021 hold for homeschooling? More growth | Opinion

Originally published by Sun Sentinel – December 19th, 2020 January 2021 will bring the largest growth to home schooling, ever. COVID-19 vaccines are close to distribution in the U.S., but cases continue to climb. Nearly 20,000 deaths have been reported in Florida alone, and there is immense uncertainty surrounding the long-term consequences of this virus. […]

December 19, 2020

Bronx mom turns to homeschooling following remote learning challenges

Originally Published by: – December 10th, 2020 Throughout the past year, remote learning has proven to be an uphill battle for many families who have had to adjust to learning without the proper technology, Wi-Fi access and other resources. Bronx mom Shantasia Black, disillusioned by the city’s inconsistent approach to COVID-era education, decided to […]

December 10, 2020

Homeschooling is a hot topic in the pandemic. Is road schooling next?

Originally Published by: – October 5th, 2020 With about 1 in 4 Americans still working entirely from home as of August, and a record number of students remote learning or home schooling, the coronavirus has untethered families from the geographic ties of in-person school and work. That’s created an unusual opportunity to opt for […]

October 5, 2020

12 Homeschooling Tips For Beginners And Working Parents

Originally Published: – September 10th, 2020 Whether your child’s school is completely shut down due to COVID-19, or you don’t want to risk physically sending them to school, you might be homeschooling for the first time. Homeschooling can already feel like a huge endeavor, but doing it during a pandemic can present new obstacles. […]

September 10, 2020

Business as Usual

Originally Published by: – September 4th, 2020 In the aftermath of our spring feature on how companies were dealing with the shutdown, businesses from all over South Florida continue to share their pandemic stories with SFBW. Here are some of the recent businesses that reached out to us. Tim Coffield President and CEO, YMCA […]

September 4, 2020

Thousands of students leave Broward elementary schools

Originally Published by: – August 25th, 2020 Thousands of elementary school students have left Broward schools this year, likely due to the district’s decision to start all classes online. Some families are choosing home schooling or charter schools, while others may be just delaying their child’s education until school campuses reopen to students. Broward […]

August 25, 2020

Interest in homeschooling has ‘exploded’ amid pandemic

Originally Published by: – August 11th, 2020 MISSION, Kan. (AP) — As parents nationwide prepare to help their children with more distance learning, a small but quickly growing number are deciding to take matters entirely into their own hands and begin homeschooling. Some are worried their districts are unable to offer a strong virtual […]

August 11, 2020

Stock Traders Reap Billions with Stampede Into Online Learning

Originally Published by: – August 6th, 2020 Many families have found they hate remote learning for their grade-school kids. But a whole other group just loves it: investors in online-education companies. Shares of Chegg Inc., a Silicon Valley company specializing in homework help, have soared more than 120% this year. K12 Inc., which operates […]

August 6, 2020

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