The hazy future of children tends to elicit passionate responses from both parents and educators.
Given that A) infants are unable to narrate or communicate their setbacks on their own, and B) caregivers believe .
Caretakers are more frightened than ever since the pandemic has upended their children's futures, forcing them to deal with remote learning, mask-wearing.
What's the overarching conclusion? Our children are slipping behind.
This anxiety peaked during the debate over school closures, with 90 percent of parents fearing that their children would "fall behind academically .
Which scored higher than any other financial or socioemotional issue.