Education in 2020 has made a significant shift to the online classroom and remote learning.
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of CodeWizardsHQ, we surveyed 2,000 American parents of school-aged children and examined both parents and students’ biggest challenges with digital learning during this unique school year.
Top statistics include:
- 94% of American parents are concerned about “summer slide” or learning loss as the result of COVID-related disruptions to the previous school year, according to new research.
- 76% of those parents are also concerned that their child’s academic performance will be impacted by the shift to remote learning.
- 3 in 10 parents wanted their kids to take part in engineering-related activities.
- 1 in 4 want their child to learn how to code, and 73% of parents, moreover, say that this school year for their children to try it, since fewer typical extracurricular activities will be available.