From the California coast to Cape Cod
While many schools offer remote learning this year, a growing number of families plan to “road school,” which has children attending virtual classes while on extended family trips. Others home-school – parents teach children while families travel, often living in an RV while they visit national parks and other educational sites.
“Right now is the perfect time to try this,” says Karen King, who founded Worldschooling Central (worldschoolingcentral.com), which connects a community of 6,000 families. “When you use the world as your classroom, every minute of every day is an opportunity to learn.”
King, an Australian who has been traveling for nearly six years with her husband and two children, shares some popular road schooling sites with USA TODAY: