Many disabled students have continued remote learning, even as many schools around the country have opened up. While remote learning has allowed disabled students to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, it has not been an ideal learning environment for many.
This had led to concerns from teachers that disabled students are falling behind. According to Education Week, “51 percent of in-person teachers reported their special education students completed nearly all of their assignments, only 29 percent of remote teachers and 32 percent of hybrid teachers said the same.” In good news, the U.S.
Education Department has released more funds to support students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).Read more on themighty.com