7 in 10 Parents Say Children’s Post-Pandemic Social Skills Are at Risk, Per Osmo Study


Data Shows 81% of Parents Want Schools to Implement Activities Teaching Their Kids Social Skills


Palo Alto--According to a new study of 2,000 U.S. parents of school aged-children (5-14 years), parents have tried a myriad ways to keep their kids active and social during the pandemic, however, 7 in 10 perceive their child’s post-pandemic social skills to be at risk, even as things return to normal. The majority of parents (71%) are also worried about potential learning loss that may have resulted by

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