Messes, insomnia, chaos: How 5 families are coping with home schooling

Teach your children well — or simply throw up your hands and hope for the best.

Nearly six long weeks have passed since Mayor Bill De Blasio announced that New York City schools would be closed from March 16, 2020.

Over the past 29 school days — during which Spring Break was canceled — millions of city parents have had to help educate their kids in makeshift classrooms in their apartments and homes. It’s looking increasingly likely that classes might not resume until September — despite reports that children are struggling with remote learning.

Here, five NYC families tell The Post how they’re coping with homeschooling.

‘I tossed the schedule after Week 1.’

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