Pandemic Pods: Here’s What Their Popularity Means for the Future
By: JENNIFER POON AND TRAVIS PILLOW AND ASHLEY JOCHIM, The Atlantic.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Holly Daniels’ third grade son and second-grade daughter could be found in the backyard building a treehouse. After spending the morning completing school assignments remotely with help from a hired instructor, they would join a handful of other kids in their California suburb to apply their learning outside, in the ultimate hands-on task. READ MORE HERE.