"Luca goes to private school, and we're just waiting to see what happens," Duff, 32, told PEOPLE. "For his emotional well-being, I think it would be great if he could go back to school, but also it depends on what that looks like."
"If it's just strictly learning and no social interaction … I guess I would let him make the choice," she added. "If he was going and it was super sterile and it wasn't benefiting him [in a social way], I would be up for remote learning again."
In the meantime, Duff praised Luca for being "great about" wearing a face covering "from the beginning," telling PEOPLE her son "doesn't leave the house without remembering to get his mask out for the day."
"I have a basket by the front door and he’s just in the habit of grabbing one and going out, or even if he's playing in the front yard — we've had a few social-distanced [hangouts] with kids from his school," said the Younger star. "He has his mask looped around his ears and under his chin. It's so cute. I'm like, 'Aw, buddy.' "
"[And Banks] will wear one for, like, 15 minutes. And she's only 20 months, so that's pretty good," Duff continued. "If my 20-month-old daughter can do it for 15 minutes, adults can wear a mask for whatever errands they're doing that day or whoever you have to see. It's so important."
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