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Los Angeles: As parents across the United States come to terms with remote learning this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic, many who can afford it are opting for so-called “learning pods” to help their kids — and themselves — get through the school year.

The pods, also known as “pandemic pods,” are popping up all over the country and consist of small groupings of children typically living in the same neighborhood who meet at each other’s homes to learn together with a tutor or teacher.

For some students, the pods — held preferably outdoors or in a home garage — will be full-time and follow the school curriculum. For others, they will supplement virtual learning adopted by many school districts in states where the rate of Covid-19 infections remains high.

“These learning pods are occurring because many parents realize that their children are not doing well with online learning,” said Pedro Noguera, dean of the University of Southern California’s School of Education.

Noguera, whose own eight-year-old daughter is in a learning pod full-time this fall instead of all-virtual schooling, said although this form of instruction is by no means ideal and can be quite expensive, it is a welcome solution for parents as they juggle childcare and work under COVID-19.

For students, especially younger ones not always able to engage in online learning, the pods also provide much-needed socialization and a way to navigate the stress and uncertainty linked to the pandemic.

“This will serve a dual purpose for us,” said Nicole Friedlander, an employment attorney in the Los Angeles area, whose two kids aged seven and 12 are in pods that will supplement their online education.

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