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Why Remote Learning Works for My Son With Autism

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Early last year, when my son’s school district announced classes for all students would move online out of an abundance of caution about COVID-19, which had newly been declared a worldwide pandemic, I was very concerned.

As a student in a cluster program for children with disabilities, my son has a modified curriculum, gets support services like speech therapy weekly, and receives hands-on assistance from special education classroom assistants who help him understand his assignments and stay on task.

With schools closed, I figured my son might lose the gains he achieved in reading and math and I thought he might even lose some skills altogether, but remote learning has had the opposite effect.

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