West Virginia mom Katie Switzer was looking ahead to sending her son Alexander to in-individual university this fall. She and her partner experienced invested the pandemic juggling 4 children under 6 several years outdated and two demanding whole-time work opportunities.
But as the time approached to register her son for kindergarten, Switzer experienced second ideas. Months of fractious debate over reopening and masking procedures at the area community schools had turned her off.
In its place, the Switzers plan to hold Alexander at home for another calendar year and apply subsequent summer time for West Virginia’s new Hope Scholarship system,