Outschool is an education lifeline for parents during the pandemic

Outschool is an education lifeline for parents during the pandemic

As a parent with four young children – aged 10, 7, 5 and 3 – based in London, we’ve had our share of lockdown high points – and rock-bottom low ones. 

We didn’t manage to turn our backyard into a Mr. McGregor-worthy veggie patch, or bake banana bread weekly. Like a lot of families fortunate enough to be working remotely throughout the lockdowns, my husband and I often struggled to manage the most basic homeschooling assignments for the kids. 

However, we did discover a learning tool we can’t get enough of: Outschool. In fact, we’re so enamored of this ed-tech platform, our kids are still taking classes online – even though London schools are back in session in person, full-time. Read more…

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