In this episode, we talk to parents about what it's like to become the primary educators of their kids—and to be at home with them pretty much around the clock. And Amy Biehl High School Counselor Kathleen Moore offers wisdom and tips on working with your teen in this new world.

Plus Albuquerque's director of Family and Community Services Carol Pierce talks about what the city's offering, including youth programming at community centers for the kids of parents whose jobs are still essential, like nurses and first responders.

And a news update: Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham halted any medical care that people can wait on for three months without creating a problem for the patient. The idea, according to a news release, is to slow the use of personal protective gear (think: masks and gloves for physicians and nurses).

We're keeping a complete list of the resources and volunteer opportunities that we find for each episode here.

As for today's topic, here are some homeschool helpers: Looking for lessons for your kids? Head to this instructional content platform, Newsela Free science lessons from Mystery Science (K-5).

(This podcast is a journalistic endeavor, covering the New Mexico government. Our goal is to hold elected officials accountable, increase awareness and make the inner workings of state government more accessible to all New Mexicans. It is a collaboration between New Mexico PBS, KUNM radio and the Santa Fe Reporter. Funding for the project comes from the Thornburg Foundation and the New Mexico Local News Fund.)