Home-Schooling During Covid-19 School Closings


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Home-Schooling During Covid-19 School Closings

Now that most of the nation’s schools have closed because of the coronavirus, the stress on teachers and parents to help their children learn while home has increased dramatically. This NASET News Alerts is one that you can provide to the parents of your students to provide them with guidelines to home schooling and working with you for the best interest of the students in your class.

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A first and second grade teacher shares his home learning plan for his students and how he is engaging their families. Read more…


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