Parental involvement is a key ingredient to a student’s success – and broadband is the key to keep a parent involved.
This year has seen students and teachers face many challenges related to the pandemic. Many schools were forced to end the 2019/2020 school year with a rapid transition to home-based, virtual learning. As the current fall semester began, some schools remained virtual, some returned to campus-based instruction, and others adopted a hybrid approach. Broadband has been critical to continuing the education process.
With a broadband connection, parents can view their child’s daily assignments, track their progress, and monitor their grades. They can connect with teachers to ask questions and provide feedback. Parents can also help direct their child’s learning using additional online resources.
For daily assignments, homework, meetings with teachers, and more, broadband is a vital tool in helping parents stay involved and connected with their child’s education.