The pandemic has changed the way we live our lives and caused everyone to adjust to a new normal.
The biggest question is how will students be able to safely and efficiently get their education?
Following the latest announcements, students can continue their education online or go back to school on a hybrid schedule. Many parents who are concerned about the rising number of coronavirus cases are questioning if sending their children back to school is the best option. Both parents and students wonder how effective virtual education will actually be.
A group of panelists recently participated in an educational summit where they described overcoming struggles with homeschooling.
Two of these mentors and teachers shared their stories to help people overcome their fears and embrace this change.
South Florida Access reporter Andrea V. Gonzalez talked to Sonia Wignall, discussion moderator for the online educational summit, who was a single mom when she homeschooled her son Emmanuel S. Wignall. He has now become the CEO and founder of Vitrio Technology. He has also become a seasoned robotics instructor and was once a Lego competitive team member and coach.
Panelist Sonia Ray had a different journey. She has dedicated her time to homeschooling her children with disabilities.
Both stories are examples of hard work and dedication. They teach us that we are capable of doing anything that we set our mind to no matter what the circumstances. Their journey shows the importance of a positive mindset and discipline.
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