September 8, 2020 9 minutes read

When Michelle Parrinello-Cason and her business partner, Blair Lee, released SEA Online Classes (the acronym stands for Secular, Eclectic, Academic) in June of this year, there was still no chance to know whether schools would reopen. However they knew their model needed to accommodate not just their core neighborhood– secular families– but kids and parents initially navigating how to enhance, or momentarily substitute, standard K-12 education with remote .

For Parrinello-Cason, the undertaking was an extension of her work running Dayla Learning, a resource site for families homeschooling their kids in the liberal arts, considering that 2018. She soon found a kindred spirit in Lee, who had actually been managing SEA Homeschoolers (of which SEA Online is a spin-off) since 2015.

The objective of SEA Online is to provide homeschooling households located anywhere with easily available, secular curricula that’s been chosen and vetted by Parrinello-Cason, Lee and other knowledgeable academics. The goalposts shifted somewhat, however, once the duo understood there’s a higher demand for– or a minimum of more questions into– their services and homeschooling methods writ large than ever before.Parrinello-Cason, who is a mom of two herself and has actually likewise taught in on-campus environments, caught up with us from her home in St. Louis about ramping up SEA Online to

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