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Some are choosing cheaper schools, taking gap years, or staying closer to home. Others are hoping that, if college is online in the fall, tuition might be lower.
Most parents have stopped paying for child care as coronavirus-related closures extend, leaving providers with little to no income.
Among the challenges: How do you teach gym class to students stuck in tiny apartments?
With many daycares facing extended closures because of COVID-19, parents and child care providers alike are grappling with that question.
But the difficulty of balancing work and family predate this crisis.
For two married doctors on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, finding child care is a struggle
It's hard to find a babysitter when you're working with coronavirus patients in the ER.
Kids, spouses and roommates are adding stress to unconventional work arrangements.
Online classes are difficult for working Chinese parents with young children.