While parents might have started out teaching their children at home after the coronavirus with optimism, long weeks of homeschooling might have dimmed their enthusiasm. Schools also started out with detailed lesson plans, but now may have relaxed their standards. While parents are doing their best, many may have to realize that they are not cut out for homeschooling and that their children are better off with their actual teachers. They should admit that it's all right if they're not perfect at teaching their kids.

A Struggle For Parents

Most parents do not understand curriculum like Common Core, so we must learn it ourselves first, then explain it to our kids.

Key Takeaways:

Some school boards have rigorous plans for homeschooling that parents struggle with.
In general, parents may not be well equipped to teach their children.
Hopefully this pandemic homeschooling will not affect children's future education.

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