Across Metro Atlanta, school has been in session for nearly a full semester and many parents have had to scramble to find alternatives to traditional in-person schooling if they opted to not send their children back to school or their local school district chose to adopt a virtual learning strategy.
Living through a pandemic has changed various aspects of life as many have known it. Wearing masks, social distancing, and working from home have quickly become new normals for millions of people in the region. Children’s education and learning arrangements seem to be no different.
Finding the right option for their families while also factoring in demanding workloads and other new duties have also added difficulty to working parents.