How this Ed Tech Company is Showing up as an Ally for Parents Like Me
Here's how Encantos is transforming the future of education and making allies of parents, and leaders of children, along the way.
Like many parents, one of my biggest concerns a year into this pandemic has been: Are my children learning anything? How can I help them survive Zoom meetings when I am Zoomed-out myself? And, the bigger question haunting me: Do they even enjoy learning anymore?
Our family discovered Encantos as we scrambled to find new ways to engage our then-4 and 7-year-olds. Between boxes of arts and crafts and preparing for holidays like Halloween months in advance, we were running out of ideas. Encantos' Tiny Travelers series of books and worksheets came to our rescue.
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