The Texas Education Agency said in May that schools must continue supporting those learning plans as best as possible, however, experts say parents will carry the load.

Clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Kenya Hameed, at the Child Mind Institute suggests that parents get ahead as early as possible.

Plan with your child’s teacher about a week out. Do school work in a separate room, if possible, free of distractions, including siblings. “They would rather play video games and watch tv and when you’re in school, you have that structured setting where you don’t have those types of options,” said Dr. Hameed.