From This Collection
Homeowners policies may not cover the educational groups, and local law may prohibit them.
Some parents, fearing COVID-19 outbreaks at reopened schools, are opting out of the traditional education system.
Texas allowed child care centers to open n May, but the high infection rates and hospitalizations of COVID-19 in Austin this summer made some wary of reopening.
They're managing their kids' remote learning while also trying to earn a living.
Some districts are trying hotlines, others are offering socially distanced in-person sessions.
COVID-19 has driven women's unemployment rate higher than men's and could worsen the gender pay gap in the long term.
Working parents with schoolkids at home due to COVID-19 should be eligible for federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance. But that's not working out for some.
Parents are concerned about what online learning could to do their finances and their career growth.