Many parents are frustrated by the limited educational choices their children have right now.
For example, a recent article in the Calgary Herald (“Parents regretting in-person classes with no options to go online”), suggests that parents are concerned about sending their children to school. They’re equally concerned by the lack of spaces in online courses if schools close down.
Across Canada, school divisions have set up two teaching modes: in-school classes and online classes. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, virtually all students were enrolled in in-school courses with only a few students taking online courses.
The situation changed dramatically this fall.