Majority of parents believe distance learning caused their children to fall behind in school, survey finds
A new survey has found that more than half of parents are concerned that their children have fallen behind as a result of remote learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the poll – which was released by USA Today and Ipsos last week – 55% of parents "believe online learning caused their children to fall behind in school." That’s up from May 2020, when 46% of parents felt the same way.
Many parents do believe their children will be able to make up lost progress, however, according to the survey. Ipsos found 67% of...