By Christopher B. Dolan and Aimee Kirby
This week’s question comes from Sunny.
Dear Mr. Dolan: I am a mother that lives in San Francisco, and I have two children. My son is in seventh grade and my daughter is in high school. Both my husband and I work full-time, and my husband is required to go into his office. My employer has allowed employees to work remotely since the pandemic began. While I appreciate the hard work teachers have put into their instruction during this pandemic, both my children are falling behind and having issues emotionally with being confined to a tiny home. Early on, my son had an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) that then became a 504. (A 504 plan provides services