Many Parents Now Want a More Personalized, Flexible Learning Experience for Their Children

Many Parents Now Want a More Personalized, Flexible Learning Experience for Their Children

A majority of parents are now looking for a more personalized, flexible education for their children—a desire likely fueled by experiences from remote and hybrid education during the pandemic.

In fact, a little more than half of parents—52 percent— now want to “direct and tailor” their child’s K-12 experience, according to a report released Oct. 26 by the consulting firm Tyton Partners. That’s compared with just over a fifth who want to follow an “already established path.”

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