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Anonymous
  • Increased DOMESTIC VIOLENCE,

    Increased DEPRESSION ANXIETY MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES,

    Decreasinng COMMUNITY SUPPORT,

    Kids losing IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTAL YEARS. 

  • I picked personal disruptions and difficulties for students and our family because COVID-19 has ruined a lot of life. But all of them are good answers

  • Spot on! The COVID impact on education is way too broad to narrow down to one. For some kids in K-12, especially the ones before 9th grade, physically going to school has a social benefit. Since that is where their friends are. As for the parents, in the U.S. anyway, school plays an important simply for "babysitting". There is a huge gap between people getting off work and school letting out. The pandemic has really brought out a lot of underlying issues with the social welfare system in the U.S.

  • I agree, but unfortunately we can only choose one answer.

  • All of the above!