Parents have been faced with an ever-changing landscape of what “School” looks like for their children this year. As many families consider alternatives to distance learning, I share with Fox5 San Diego what I believe to be one of the most important considerations for families.
When it comes to learning, unlike real estate, it’s not “location, location, location…”
Click here or on the video below to listen to the ways in which some families have gotten creative with distance learning.
Authors note: As school psychologists in the public schools, we know that not all families have the means to choose alternatives to distance learning if they are struggling. That’s why it’s so important to continue to advocate for more mental health and learning supports in the schools and to support reasonable caseloads for our school psychologists in public schools.