Parents concerned about remote learning turn to micro-schooling experience

Parents concerned about remote learning turn to micro-schooling experience

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As teachers and students return to learning, Channel 9 is hearing more about alternatives to the classroom.

Some parents are worried about their children falling behind with remote learning and they want more options for in-person teaching, so they are turning to micro-schooling.

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Teachers would come to your home to do lessons with a couple of children in the neighborhood who are all around the same age.

Watch the video above as Channel 9′s Gina Esposito explains how this is really a chance for students to get a more personalized teaching experience while reducing the risks of catching COVID-19.

Here’s some advice on how to support your child through the stress of school during a pandemic