What It’s Like Being A Parent During The COVID-19 Crisis

Reset opens the phones to listeners to hear about their parenting triumphs and challenges amid a global pandemic.

What It’s Like Being A Parent During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Sarah Marton, paraprofessional at Niles Township District for Special Education, left, talks with her son Cooper Marton, an 8th grader at Disney II Magnet School, while her son studies school work with his computer at his home in Chicago, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker's executive order closes all kindergarten through 12th grade schools from March 17 through April 7. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo
What It’s Like Being A Parent During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Sarah Marton, paraprofessional at Niles Township District for Special Education, left, talks with her son Cooper Marton, an 8th grader at Disney II Magnet School, while her son studies school work with his computer at his home in Chicago, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker's executive order closes all kindergarten through 12th grade schools from March 17 through April 7. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo

What It’s Like Being A Parent During The COVID-19 Crisis

Reset opens the phones to listeners to hear about their parenting triumphs and challenges amid a global pandemic.

With Illinois schools closed for at least another two weeks, many parents are left juggling e-learning assignments with their kids, working from home and keeping the house in order. Some are also struggling to provide for their families amid a massive wave of job losses and canceled gigs.

Reset
opens the phones to listeners to hear about their parenting triumphs and challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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