It’s an odd time. It’s such an odd time. That’s the refrain I keep hearing from friends, colleagues and family members, in whispered conversations we don’t want our now-stay-at-home kids to overhear. Parents around the world are adjusting to the unsettling new reality of school closures, work-from-home directives and even shelter-in-place orders. We’re juggling work and figuring out how to home-school, all while worrying about vulnerable neighbors, at-risk loved ones, our financial futures and the toll this will have on our children, academically and beyond. Stress levels are high. Read more here.