Desperate US parents take their children's education into their own hands


By AGENCY

While children in some countries are returning to school, in the United States, parents are worried that their kids won't see the inside of a classroom this fall and are gearing up towards an alternative familiar to the Home Depot crowd; Do-it-yourself. Photo: Filepic

While children in some countries are returning to school, in the United States, parents, fearing their kids won't see the inside of a classroom this fall, are gearing up an alternative familiar to the Home Depot crowd; Do-it-yourself.

Amid the pandemic, enterprising families in the US, especially those with means, are hiring tutors on their own or in groups or joining the already growing movement of home schooling. Their efforts include preschoolers, as well as elementary and beyond.

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