Playful learning in everyday places during the COVID-19 crisis—and beyond

Helen Shwe Hadani and Jennifer S. Vey writing for Brookings. |  Tuesday, April 7, 2020       

Under normal circumstances, children spend 80 percent of their waking time outside the classroom. The COVID-19 pandemic has quite abruptly turned that 80 percent into 100 percent. Across the U.S., schools and child care centers have been mandated to close, and children of all ages are now home full time. This leaves many families, especially those living in under-resourced communities, struggling to keep their children learning and socially engaged.

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