Homeschooling In The Age Of The Coronavirus Right now a lot of parents have taken on a new responsibility: homeschool teacher. Many feel like they have no idea what they're doing. Sam talks with parents in all different kinds of circumstances trying to make it work.
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No More School, No More Books: Coronavirus and Homeschooling

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No More School, No More Books: Coronavirus and Homeschooling

No More School, No More Books: Coronavirus and Homeschooling

No More School, No More Books: Coronavirus and Homeschooling

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Olivia Bucks, left, helps her son Keith Bucks, center, and Ashton Morris, right, with class assignments in Beaverton, OR, on March 17, 2020. Craig Mitchelldyer/AP hide caption

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Olivia Bucks, left, helps her son Keith Bucks, center, and Ashton Morris, right, with class assignments in Beaverton, OR, on March 17, 2020.

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Right now a lot of parents have taken on a new responsibility: homeschool teacher. Many feel like they have no idea what they're doing. How are parents coping? Sam talks with parents in all different kinds of circumstances trying to make it work and hears from listeners who share what recent weeks have been like with their kids home from school.