More parents are taking note of home-school option

HANDS-ON LEARNING: Kathryn Barr is a former teacher and school administrator who created the Eastside Learning Pod in Providence for elementary school students who are being home-schooled or attending school entirely by distance learning, with a focus on group and experiential activities. Barr helps Sydney Kingman, 7, with her work. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
HANDS-ON LEARNING: Kathryn Barr is a former teacher and school administrator who created the Eastside Learning Pod in Providence for elementary school students who are being home-schooled or attending school entirely by distance learning, with a focus on group and experiential activities. Barr helps Sydney Kingman, 7, with her work. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Andrea Knoll’s daughter Adalyn was supposed to start kindergarten at Henry Barnard School this school year. Even after COVID-19 hit, Knoll and her husband held out hope that their 5-year-old daughter would still be in the classroom come the fall. Then, Rhode Island College announced it would be closing the private school on its campus…

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