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Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson Featured in Bay Today Article

From Bay Today: The good and bad about going to university next year, legally speaking

In this news article from Bay Today, Lawyer Anna-Marie Musson explains how the decision to take a gap year from college during the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting family plans and previously made parenting agreements:

It is obviously not a normal summer for any of us and that of course includes graduating high school students who have likely been accepted into a university or college for the 2020 fall semester.

The question is does that specific student shine using online learning or does that student need the one-on-one student-teacher interaction to learn properly. Other students may not enjoy the first year on campus minus the traditional social activities that would not exist in an online environment.

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