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“Trying to juggle everything”: Teachers who are parents offer advice on school closures

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With school buildings closed during the coronavirus pandemic , families and educators across the country are adapting to distance learning. Many educators are also parents of school-age kids. They’re figuring out two new roles: how to teach their students remotely and how to help their own kids learn at home.

In this video, Understood’s Teacher Fellows share what it’s like to be a parent and a teacher right now. See them open up about what’s been tough about the transition to working from home — and share some bright spots and advice.

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