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How to Transition into Homeschooling After Your Kids Attended Traditional School

Originally Published by: – July 16th, 2020 Thinking about homeschooling this year? You’re not alone—the coronavirus has parents across the country considering keeping their kids out of classrooms this fall. Experts weigh in on how to make the change and offer the pros and cons. Welcome to back-to-school season in the time of COVID-19, […]

July 16, 2020

Business As Unusual: Time4Learning

Originally Published by: – July 6th, 2020 The founder of Time4Learning discusses the impact of coronavirus on his unique homeschooling business in the latest installment of this series from LMG Lifestyle continues to reach out to businesspeople all over South Florida to ask questions about the impact COVID-19 has had on their businesses—and what […]

July 6, 2020

Should I Home-School My Child? Pros & Cons To Consider

Originally Published by: – July 5th, 2020 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools shut down for the remainder of the 2020 school year to stop the spread of the virus. The abrupt closures left parents and teachers scrambling to find ways to keep kids engaged with distance learning. In the months that followed, […]

July 5, 2020

Poll: 45% of parents unwilling to send their kids to school

Originally published by KXAN – June 15th, 2020 AUSTIN (KXAN) — As school districts around the country struggle to nail down their plans for the upcoming school year, a new poll suggests many of considering keeping their kids home from school. The ABC News/Ipsos poll found 45% of parents with school-aged children aren’t comfortable sending […]

June 15, 2020

Homeschooling in Beijing: What you need to know

Originally published by – – June 3rd, 2020 Last week, we reported that due to uncertainty around school enrollment for the coming year, 8% of surveyed Beijing parents have decided to homeschool their children for the next semester. While the majority of surveyed parents are still planning on sending their kids to regulars schools, […]

June 3, 2020

Getting back to school: Students will wear masks, but what do you do about buses?

Originally published by Sun Sentinel – May 31st, 2020 No more school cafeteria. No more milling in the hallway. No more whispering to the person seated next to you. Facing the threat of the coronavirus, South Florida’s schools could look dramatically different when they reopen this fall, serving both mask-wearing students on campus and virtual […]

May 31, 2020

Online learning alternative to summer camps

Originally published by WPTV – May 22nd, 2020 Boca Raton mother says 5-year-old daughter ‘doing amazing’ since switching to virtual learning BOCA RATON, Fla. — Many parents are left wondering if they will have a summer camp for their children this summer or if they feel comfortable sending them to camps. One option for parents […]

May 22, 2020

What’s It Like To Homeschool?

Originally published by 1059SunnyFM – May 11th, 2020 With schools closing for the rest of the school year parents will have to finish the school year by homeschooling their kids. Some parents are doing it for the first time. Some parents have already been doing it. And some parents plan to continue to do it […]

May 11, 2020

Pandemic pushes more parents toward homeschooling to keep children from falling behind

Originally published by WATE – May 7th, 2020 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The coronavirus pandemic has lead many of us to change our routines and cancel plans; it has even brought many East Tennessee families to make the switch to homeschooling. A spokesperson for Time4Learning, an online-based curriculum program, reported hundreds of Tennessee families have […]

May 7, 2020

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