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Virtual Learning’s Impact on K-8 Students and Parents

Nationwide school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic have created an unprecedented level of activity in the virtual learning space during the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to get a better understanding of how children and parents have adapted and coped with these changes, Highland surveyed nearly 1,000 parents across the country with children in grades K-8 on topics related to virtual learning. They found that 72% of parents believe virtual learning is putting their child behind academically. 57% of parents say their child’s grades have fallen behind during the pandemic. 79% of parents have experienced tech-related issues during virtual learning. Parents spend 2.7 hours per day on average assisting their children with tech-related issues. The biggest challenges with virtual learning according to parents who were surveyed: 1. Child not paying attention 2. Limited contact with classmates 3. Communicating questions to teacher 4. Child not sitting still 5. Tech issues. 35% of parents say they could not mentally cope with another year of virtual learning.
Virtual learning’s impact on K-8 students and parents

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