By Adam Clark |

The survey of 600 parents conducted in October found 64% were somewhat or very concerned about ensuring their child does not fall behind academically. Meanwhile, 57% said they were similarly concerned about their child’s health during the pandemic.

“Just seeing how concerned families are about making sure kids stay on track academically was important to see and to glean from this,” said Janellen Duffy, a senior advisor at JerseyCAN, an education advocacy group.

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