(STUDY FINDS) – Do students really need to go back to class this fall? Some moms and dads in a new study don’t think so. About seven in 10 parents think their kids actually focus better while learning remotely.
According to a recent survey of 2,000 American parents with school-age children and their children, one in three kids are excited by remote learning. Moreover, 72 percent of parents think virtual learning is a game-changer that will be around long after the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to respondents, learning remotely is giving rise to good study habits; in addition to focusing better. Parents say their children are asking more questions (46%) and multitasking more effectively (43%). Nine in 10 parents also expect these habits to last beyond the pandemic.
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