Right now, plenty of parents are completely stressed out about their children’s education. Parents are worried about their kids being back in person at school, or about how they’re going to balance distance learning with working from home, or that their kids are losing school, or that they’ll “miss” a year or more of education and fall behind their peers. All of these worries are valid, and a lot of parents might even be experiencing them all simultaneously.
Huda Yusuf is a chemist, activist, and survivor of two massive periods of upheaval. Huda recently shared on Facebook that she and her siblings lost two years of school due to the civil war in Somalia and the first war in Kuwait.
Now Huda is super successful — and so are her siblings. After moving to Canada at the age of 12, Huda was able to focus on her studies. She’s now a chemist with a graduate degree, and she wrote her message to show parents that most likely, their kids will be OK when this turbulent period of time is finally behind us.
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