The Coronavirus Struck, and This Education Company Flipped Its Model

STAR Autism Support's Rapid Transition to Remote Training Offers Lessons for Others

Senior Writer

When the coronavirus pandemic prompted sweeping closures of schools and districts, it was almost like someone cut off the power at education company STAR Autism Support: business went dark.

The 16-year-old company provides intensive professional development and training to educators who work with high-needs students with autism. And the majority of its work is done in person,…

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