Facebook Twitter Education survey for MN parents Written by Catrin Wigfall in Education on April 16, 2020 Print We want to hear from you! How is home learning going? Are you satisfied with how schools are serving students? Do you worry that COVID-19 will have a negative impact on your child's education? Share your thoughts below. In your opinion, how well are Minnesota schools serving students during the coronavirus situation?Very wellModerately wellCould be betterNot well at allWhat type of support and teacher interaction is your child receiving? "Live" time online with teachers Pre-recorded instruction Assignments and written instructions to do on his/her own Teacher telephone calls Teacher emails Select all that applyWhat education source are you using for your child's education right now? An online distance learning program from your child's school Homeschooling using materials you selected Free online resources not associated with your child's school A paid private learning program not associated with your child's school None of these Select all that applyHow concerned are you that the coronavirus school closures will negatively impact your child's education?Very concernedModerately concernedNot too concernedNot concerned at allDo you have the financial resources you need to purchase educational supports (instructional materials, books, supplies, tutoring, etc.)?On average, how many hours per week is your child working on school work?Enter a number only From 1 to 5, how rigorous is your child's workload when compared to his/her learning needs?123451= Not rigorous enough; 5=Too rigorousDo you think Minnesota schools should extend the school year into the summer months?YesNoDo you plan to change your child's education model when schools reopen? For example, if your child is enrolled in a traditional public school, are you considering homeschool, online/virtual school, etc.?