How edtech strengthens parental engagement in online learning

Education is a continuous process that starts even before a child goes to school. It starts at home: the first teachers a child has are their parents. While the student goes through the formal steps within the system — from kindergarten to primary school to secondary school and so on — parents are an important part of the big picture. Current distance learning settings have made this crystal clear.

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Parents should be very much involved in the dynamics of their children’s learning process and have a close relationship with the teachers and the school. Making this happen has always been a challenge due to the sheer number of students and corresponding parents each teacher would need to address in a limited number of hours.

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