1 in 3 families unable to homeschool kids

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(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 8 – Almost one Italian family in three has
been unable to properly homeschool its children during COVID
lockdowns, a report said Monday.
    The survey was drawn up by UNICEF,
the Innocenti group and the Università Cattolica del Sacro
Cuore.
    Some 27% of the families surveyed said they did not have the
proper equipment to help their kids learn from home.
    A further 30% said they did not have enough time to adequately
help distance learning by their children.
    Th report further found that some 6% of children did not have
any access to distance learning because of connectivity problems
and the lack of suitable devices.
    Teachers’ unions have repeatedly warned the COVID-linked
distance learning is leaving many pupils too far behind.
    The government has had to balance safety needs with children’s
right to a proper education. (ANSA).
   

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