6 Changes the Coronavirus Is Forcing in the Special Education Market

There's a New Emphasis on Helping Parents and Weaving Accessibility Into Products

Contributing Writer

Districts have long sought to find products and services that will give students with special needs access to the opportunities that will help them succeed academically, and in life.

COVID-19 has made that mission all the more difficult.

As districts grapple with the very real possibility that remote learning will compose a significant part of special needs’…

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