Parent training: 5 ways to help parents support distance learning
from District Administration Magazine
District leaders acknowledge that the many passwords, platforms, schedules and assignments associated with virtual learning are overwhelming to parents who are assisting their children this fall. Parents are exhausted by managing their child's classwork in addition to taking care of their other responsibilities, such as work demands, says Naomi Tyler, director of the IRIS Center, a technical assistance center funded by the Office of Special Education Programs. But, she adds, "The data is clear: When there's collaboration between school and home, the outcomes for students are so much better."
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