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In a nationwide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, millions of Americans have transitioned to remote work. Some companies have already committed to remote working conditions beyond 2020. 

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Working from home and being a public school teacher are not necessarily synonymous, but since the closing of schools across the state in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, educators are attempting to make it work, however challenging it may be.

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With school closed for the time being, your children could help an older adult learn something new about today’s technology, whether it be a laptop or a TV remote. Or they might send emails to grandparents or elderly neighbors to chat about what they’re doing, or ask them to participate online in virtual classrooms, symphonies or museums. Best of all: Your children could use this time to record some family history.

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