Schools During COVID-19

The current pandemic has once again changed the way schools operate. While parents are concerned about the health of their children, they also want to be confident that their children do not fall behind in their education. To try and limit the spread of COVID-19, almost every school in Montgomery County are adopting online and hybrid methods of teaching.

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Blunt Family working/going to school at home: (left to right) Emma, Robert, Charlotte, Ryan, and Robert

Although these changes help curb the infection rate, many families struggle with balancing the parents' work and the children's schooling. There's also the economic factor where some families do not have the same access to reliable electronics, internet, and childcare that more privileged families do. It remains to be seen if this pandemic will forever change how future generations go to school.

Claudia and Charlotte at IKEA

Claudia and Charlotte Back to School Shopping at IKEA in Conshohocken

We want to document how this change in schooling is impacting Montgomery County families, teachers, and school staff. Please share your stories, photos, and videos by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Every entry will be stored digitally and available for future researchers to see.


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