This week on Matter of Fact, a look at parents struggling to fill the role of teachers for their children. We speak with a mom facing extra challenges, as she tries to provide the special education her disabled daughter needs. Then, Soledad O’Brien speaks with Dr. Matthew Blomstedt, the Nebraska Commissioner of Education, about what districts can do to help students after the pandemic. Plus, we’ve been following an ambitious revitalization project in Louisville. How the police killing of Breonna Taylor is making residents worry all that development could lead to displacement. And, Matter of Fact Correspondent Jessica Gomez travels to South Carolina, where some homeowners are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to reinforce their homes on higher ground.