I don’t think its just about the online resources available for kids, its the school curriculum and actually having a structured approach for them. I’m fully expecting my kids not to be back into school for the remained of the school year, due to the Easter and then summer holidays.
Having the kids home for weeks/months will be a challenge for many parents, not just from an educational point of view, but as I’m now working full time from home, having to try and keep the kids entertained at home whilst working is going to be challenging for a start. But some of the work I’ve seen them do over the last year is different to how I did it when I was at school. So do you teach and show kids how you did, for arguments sake, maths. Or do you try and workout how the kids are doing maths and work it their way? Personally I think the way I did a lot of school work is easier and quicker to do, but will be counteractive to their education.
I guess as long as you ensure that education is done on an ongoing basis thats the main outcome. Although I think a lot of kids will be on their game consoles and social media for the majority of them being at home. Which won’t help them at all.