There is a silent virtual educational crisis caused by the 2020 pandemic which shifted the environment of education from the classroom to the home. The emptying of schools and the slow return to school has caused a lot of instability in education and the side effects include unstable servers, massive list of links, disruptions in class schedules, lesson plans, attendance numbers, mass emails, phone calls, and technical frustrations in learning in homes and schools across the nation.
A military stay at home wife in California, explains how she is struggling to keep her elementary school aged kids excited about mandatory virtual school. Her students' district is going to school virtually from 8:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m. however the schooling most days goes all the way to dinner time completing assignments and homework. She has a calendar for one week that is 8 x 11 in size filled with links, times, activities, assignments, and homework. None of these activities helped her get back the time to work on household errands and duties that she did pre-pandemic. Her husband is deployed, and she really just wants something to help her through her day to get her kids motivated and to stay on track with two different school schedules.
A single working mom in Ohio, has three students, on three different individual education plans in elementary school that are going to school part time virtually and on part time campus with three different schedules. She states that she is bombarded with emails everyday of homework assignments, tests, and IEP meetings that literally take her hours to go through a single day of emails for her three elementary students.
Two married parents in Missouri that work from home have two kids, one has an IEP in middle school and one in high school that have mandatory virtual schooling. They struggle with having the bandwidth to work and make sure with both of their work and their children’s school schedules, and have to seek out several different sites to find grades, homework, and class assignments. They feel overwhelmed and the balance is not there in being successful in both work for themselves and their children's virtual education.
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