On his second day of virtual kindergarten in September 2020, my son grabbed his Chromebook, took aim at the basement wall and prepared to throw it with all his might; I got there in the nick of time to stop it. The pandemic has been tough on Aiden, a bright and outgoing boy who has always thrived in a classroom. It hit when he was in preschool. Six months of virtual kindergarten were miserable before we found a space for him in a private school.
A parent’s plea to policymakers: start prioritizing our kids
January 6, 2022