Can remote learning really be better than in-person education
Amesite CEO Dr. Ann Marie Sastry discusses the future of remote work, learning, and the role of artificial intelligence
Taking a hands-on approach with a child’s education at home comes at a cost.
Luckily, there are many online resources available that provide families information for homeschooling success.
"The good news about homeschooling is that it doesn't have to be expensive, and you don't have to compromise on educational quality to cut costs," Varsity Tutors’ Chief Academic Officer Brian Galvin told FOX Business.
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"Some of the world's leading institutions – NASA, Stanford University, the Smithsonian, and much more – are home collectively to thousands of free, effective, and engaging grade-level and standards-driven lesson plans," he went on. "And there are a great many services where teachers and other homeschool parents share their lesson plans, projects, and even entire units–often using inexpensive household items for hands-on projects and experiments, or at least providing hacks to obtain necessary materials inexpensively and easily."