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The coronavirus pandemic has changed every aspect of society, including education. Classes have moved online, and parents have become responsible for their children's schooling. In this episode, we’re exploring how this sudden shift in routine might affect a child's development, and asking what families can do to make kids feel safe and supported.
In this episode:
Dr. Jessica Dym Bartlett (@dymbartlett), director of early childhood research at Child Trends.
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