Was not talking so much about home schooling by the parents, but the online curriculum? I know there are issues with accessibility, and that's real. So you think the social aspect is that important? (not being a wise ass, just asking) as it has had no real effect on the last several generations, the kids all live online anyway, why not teach them there, until we get a handle on this, it may take a few yrs. Keeping people apart DID help, now when they are getting tired of that and getting back together in schools etc the rates are climbing, who wants that? Sometimes we have to sacrifice for the greater good, those less able to fight off a disease, and the country is always evolving, maybe this is part of that, I just don't know, but I do know that putting a bunch of kids under one roof with a disease like this about is just asking for increased infection rates.