The current approach of the Flipped Classroom concept is to free up time in the classroom for one-on-one instruction with teachers. However, for students from low-income families, responsibilities can be very demanding at home. Students who need to take care of others cannot be expected to watch videos for homework.
The strength of video for disconnected youth, however, is that video can teach lessons in a more flexible time frame than a classroom. For unstable youth, having video lessons available for the days that they miss will keep them from falling behind. But video cannot replace the power of in-person connection.