Tired of e-learning? Lee, Collier, Charlotte counties offer resources to help parents
Frustration is growing as students and parents enter another week of distance learning, and some parents say they just can’t do it anymore.
A recent study shows there is concern among parents their kids will fall behind and it’s especially true in lower-income households.
Seventy-two percent of parents that earn less than $50,000 annually say they’re at least somewhat concerned.
But you don’t have to worry: Lee, Charlotte and Collier counties have resources for parents, like distance learning plans, as well as lists of books and activities.
You can find the link to each county’s resources below: