Kids are going back to school, but the classroom is being replaced with a computer screen for some students. Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, virtual learning has become the first option for many parents. The possibility of catching the virus is creating a great deal of controversy about whether or not in-person education is healthy.
There have been many buzzes about in-home dress codes for those enrolling their children in online classes this fall. Should kids be required to dress ‘properly’ for virtual learning?
In Springfield, Illinois, one school board‘s decision has sparked a national controversy about whether or not children should be allowed to dress in suitable school attire for virtual learning.
The Springfield Schools Board of Education published a new student handbook for the 2020-2021 school year, and parents were surprised to read that children participating in remote learning “will be dressed according to the … Read more