The Coronavirus Is Reshaping the Out-of-School Education Market. Here’s How

New Demands Have Emerged, Based Partly on the Needs of Parents

Contributing Writer

As school districts try to figure out how they will provide classes in the fall, providers of before- and after-school programs are also being forced to make changes that will have big implications for education companies.

There’s still a lot of uncertainty about whether districts will reopen, and in what form — and even what kinds…

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