Homeschool Co-op 2020 Has Offered 120 Classes Since Going Online in March

The Homeschool Co-op Brings Children Together Through Free Virtual Learning

In January, when history professor Karen Miller first arrived in Manila, the Philippines, she expected to spend several months studying internal migration patterns in the Southeast Asian country. As a Fulbright Scholar on sabbatical from her job at LaGuardia Community College, she quickly enrolled her eleven-year-old son in an elementary school program and began to settle in.

Louisiana Homeschoolers Affected by Virus Lockdown

Homeschooling also affected by virus lockdown

Parents who homeschool their children are accustomed to teaching at home, and have been even before the closing of schools forced others to do so, but even their lessons face some change due to the lockdown.The restrictions in place to protect the public from COVID-19 have stopped homeschooling groups’ physical meetings, field trips and extracurricular activities, but homeschool parents say there is ample opportunity for parents to teach and bond with children.”I find, because we’re home