When Michelle, a white stay-at-home mom, decided to homeschool her 8-year-old daughter, Emily, the decision was driven by what she saw as the lack of individualized attention at school. “We wound up feeling frustrated that the school wasn’t following the child,” Michelle, a former communications specialist, explained of the decision by she and her husband, a software engineer, to homeschool their daughter.
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Thousands of parents were thrust into the unofficial role of teacher this month when schools were shut down in an effort to slow the coronavirus pandemic. “Everybody is in the same boat right now. It’s not like your school is the only one that closed,” said Susan Russell, of South Elgin.
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DJ D-Nice teamed up with Spotify to launch his Homeschool playlist. The legendary DJ’s playlist contains over 50 songs from Stevie Wonder, The Emotions, Rick James, Bonnie Pointer and more. Inspired by DJ D-Nice’s recent nine-plus hour Homeschool virtual dance party – which had luminaries like Rihanna and Will Smith dancing – this past weekend, Spotify tapped the DJ to curate their exclusive Homeschool playlist.