Across the country, the pandemic has forced us all to transition to remote learning. This fall, classrooms will be either fully or partially remote, and like it or not, everyone has had to adjust: teachers, administrators, students, and parents.
This year, many schools made the switch to virtual learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the sudden shift to remote platforms has been a steep learning curve for many students, those with special education needs have been especially impacted. According to an NPR estimate, more than 7 million U.S....
This article was originally published in eSchool News on November 20, 2020. Spring 2020 was a real learning period for schools that had never used remote learning before. Call it a baptism by fire, if you will, but seemingly...
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