For many parents, having a school-aged child sucks right now, and having a school-aged child with disabilities is unbelievably difficult.
There’s this thing that seems to be missing in our national dialogue about schooling during the pandemic, and that is the fact that most of us need our children to go to school so we have childcare for them.
I don’t understand how parents are doing this. Teaching our young children at home requires near-constant vigilance. It is a logistically impossible situation for most families, made all the more difficult by the fact that we aren’t automatically giving parents funding to stay home and teach their children until school can be in person again. My family is lucky enough that we can work from home andRead more on themighty.com