The rise in COVID-19 cases has caused more schools to go all-remote this fall. Navigating virtual learning has been a new experience for families concerned about meeting academic goals and preventing their children from falling behind. For many parents of students with special needs, the challenges are even more troubling, going months without one-to-one services or therapies critical to their child’s learning. Some are even questioning whether districts have done enough during this pandemic. Correspondent Joanna Gagis reports.
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