Rauf, D. (2020, March 27). E-Learning Overload: 8 Tips Educators Can Give Frustrated, Anxious Parents. Retrieved April 15, 2020.

With the uptick in schools relying on remote learning to keep instruction going while brick-and-mortar education is paused, many parents are having to take on a variety of new roles, from playing IT help desk to becoming makeshift teaching assistants. For some, life at home might be more complicated than ever: parents could be juggling a brand new work-from-home scenario, potentially dealing with the sudden loss of work, or trying to manage sick family…

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