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How families can confront remote learning

Amid concerns of coronavirus clusters and efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, and based on social distancing recommendations from medical professionals, schools across the country began to close their doors and adopt a remote learning model in March 2020.

School administrators and educators quickly scrambled to find a workaround to meet children’s educational needs. Teachers have had to design curriculum's and assignments virtually on the fly in an attempt to minimize disruptions that could adversely affect students. See the April 9 edition of the Mount Vernon Optic-Herald for tips to help with remote learning.