Pandemic Parenting: Strategies for Managing Distance Learning While Working from Home

Candace Alnaji, Esq.
One of the most important things you can do as a lawyer and a parent is to set expectations.

One of the most important things you can do as a lawyer and a parent is to set expectations.

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Being both a lawyer and a parent is challenging in ordinary times, but this year’s global pandemic has made it more difficult than ever. In addition to navigating the usual professional and personal life challenges, working parents with school-age children have suddenly found themselves in an alternate universe. Every conceivable professional and familial responsibility has been combined into one big ball of full-time remote working and distance learning stress.

While navigating the challenge of working full-time and helping children with distance learning can feel impossible, there are some ways to make it less difficult.

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