As a new school year begins that’s virtual for many students, parents are juggling an unprecedented number of concerns and challenges. And when it comes to their children’s learning, chief among those worries are that their kids will fall behind academically.
Online learning platforms and software companies are seeking to rise to that challenge, touting claims that kids will stay on track through playing their educational games and activities.
For frazzled parents of early elementary and preschool-aged children, the options may sound appealing, especially for those tasked with not only guiding their child’s distance learning, but also keeping them entertained while they work remotely. The choices can seem endless, from well-known names like ABC Mouse and PBS Kids, to YouTube Kids or the “k… Read More