Mental health concerns spark home education rise

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Councils are reporting a marked increase in parents electing to home school their children, with Covid-19 related mental health concerns cited as a key factor.

Mental health issues relating to the Covid-19 have sparked a rise in home education, according to the ADCS. Picture: Adobe Stock
Mental health issues relating to the Covid-19 have sparked a rise in home education, according to the ADCS. Picture: Adobe Stock

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