Homeschool Help for Working Moms

Homeschool Help for Working Moms

Episode 44–Homeschool Help for Working Moms

 

Due to COVID-19, many schools have decided to do school online. The Working Woman Radio Show wants to provide homeschool help for working moms who are feeling stressed.

Angela Paul, the CEO of Math Plus Educational Services, talks with us about a variety of options for working parents to get help and support with online learning for their kids.

Mrs. Paul has also partnered with The Working Woman Radio Show to provide a local service called SchoolShare Atlanta. SchoolShare Atlanta is a parent-to-parent education sharing directory that will enable parents to reach out to each other for assistance. It will provide parents with a community of people who can share the responsibilities of supervising children who are learning at home.

 

 

 

 

More About Angela Paul

Angela Paul is the CEO of Math Plus Educational Services and has tutored and taught math and science for over 30 years. She was educated at MIT and Georgia Institute of Technology where she obtained a master’s degree in chemical engineering.

Mrs. Paul is the former director of the Northeast Independent Prep Academy.

 

 

Homeschool Help for Working MomsSchoolShare Atlanta

SchoolShare Atlanta is a database for working parents in the metro-Atlanta area. Created by The Working Women Radio Show, it will provide a resource for parents who want to share the responsibilities of supervising children who are learning at home.

SchoolShare Atlanta will also point parents to additional educational resources to help better their child’s learning experience. For more information, visit The Working Woman Radio Show page.

 

 

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Balancing Work and School

Balancing Work and SchoolEpisode 42–Balancing Work and School

Balancing work and school is a challenge for many working women who have returned to the classroom.

Special guest, Marilyn Smith, talks about how she juggles teaching and being a student, herself. She talks about why she decided to return to school, and shares tips about making a schedule to balance her life.

Ms. Smith discusses the pro’s and con’s of online school versus face-to-face instruction. She also shares about things to consider before making the decision to return to school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Balancing Work and SchoolMore About Marilyn Smith

Marilyn is a special education assistant teacher at a school in Sandy Springs, Georgia. She is also a student at Georgia State University in Atlanta, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in Health Informatics. 

When she’s not at work or studying for school, Marilyn loves to walk and do Zumba. She is a part-time real estate agent.  

Marilyn is a longtime member of Word of Faith Cathedral in Austell, Georgia, and has served there, faithfully, for many years.

 

Helpful Resources:

 

Federal Student Aid Reviews | Glassdoor

Federal Student Aid for Adult Students

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA) provides more than $120 billion in financial aid to help pay for college or career school each year. For more information about Federal Student Aid, click the link, above.

 

 

Balancing Work and School

Should You Go Back to School As An Adult?

Older students have lots of options, from online courses to professional certifications to doctoral programs. Here’s how to decide which route is right for you. To read more, click the link, above.

 

 

 

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