How Coronavirus is Minifying Education

Parents of school-aged children are rapidly warming to alternative forms of education in light of the coronavirus and distancing measures, new research by Lincoln reveals.

As a result, the future is unexpectedly bright for smaller approaches like homeschooling, hybrid models, and micro-schools, while traditional public and private schools appear headed for severe setbacks.

Lincoln Studio conducted this national online survey of 458 parents of school-aged children on March 11, 2020. Our findings suggest traditional education models are facing a difficult Catch-22 in the months ahead because of increasingly polarized parent attitudes about coronavirus safety measures and remote learning.

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