Due to COVID-19, schools all over the country have closed, leaving parents to serve as homeschoolers for the first time. On podcast episode #15, school educator and author, Roxanna Elden, shares best practices for parents who find themselves thrust into the world of education. Roxanna has over a decade of experience as a public-school English teacher and speaks to audiences all over the country about educational issues. She also advises parents on best practices when it comes to homeschooling their kids during the coronavirus epidemic.
Roxanna recently wrote a Washington Post essay that offers a teacher’s guide for parents reluctantly home-schooling their kids. She has also been featured on NPR, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and most recently authored the book Adequate Yearly Progress: A Novel.
For more on Roxanna Elden you can visit her at www.RoxannaElden.com