Homeschooling During a Emergency


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In 2020, a global pandemic caused many public schools in the United States to shift to remote learning.

Due to these unforeseen circumstances, many parents considered or were compelled to homeschool their children.

For many of these parents, this was an especially stressful time full of uncertainty.

It’s important that we in the homeschooling community do not panic and show kindness and compassion towards each other during these difficult times.

If you’re new to homeschooling or if you’re looking for additional resources I’ve listed a few below.


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John Wilkerson

John Wilkerson combines over 20 years of professional experience in the computer industry with 17 years of homeschooling 7 children to give parents easy to understand advice on the application of technology in their homes.

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