It’s been a year since the COVID-19 pandemic changed Oregonians lives in what felt like an instant, moving classes and many jobs online.
For many, the biggest disruption from COVID-19 hit right at home. Living rooms became remote-learning classrooms and daycares with parents balancing roles as caregivers, educators and workers.
Students have struggled to balance workloads and stay motivated. Parents of younger children have weighed obtaining harder-to-find child care with outright leaving the labor force.
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