They say there’s success in routine. But what happens when all that’s normal has gone out the window? Parents across America have been learning the hard way, as the coronavirus shutdown has forced most everyone to adapt. With kids’ classrooms replaced by the kitchen table or living room couch, many parents have been reluctantly drafted into a new role — teacher’s assistant. National surveys say moms are doing most of this work.
Keystone Edition's Miles Bryan checked in with some about the joys of distance learning.