Education is something Marga Goranova thinks about daily, though she doesn’t always have time to reflect adequately on the constant changes Covid has brought.
The mother of two young children and owner of two schools – House 32 and English Conversation Club Guadalajara, which together have about 30 students and 12 staffers – is almost constantly focused on education and must do frequent pirouettes to respond to changes due to the pandemic.
Two months ago, the private colegio, where her oldest child, Lucia, attends fourth grade, introduced a half day per week of face-to-face classes for half the students at a time. Then, a month ago, all the students in her class began attending live classes together one day a week.
“They just announced that they’re going to increase the face-to-face time, but went back to half the students at a time,” Goranova said.