Young girl studying at home, using laptop

For more than 80 million U.S. students, school will never be the same since the 2019-2020 school year was abruptly interrupted by the COVID-19 crisis. The subsequent scramble for educators and parents to establish new learning protocols in the world of online learning and keep students engaged in remote schoolwork has been marked by controversy and criticism with some signs of enlightenment shining through.

But for the 7 million students with learning disabilities, the COVID crisis would prove especially challenged. Each of those promising young charges deserves a quality learning experience – pandemic or not. Pre-pandemic schooling required individually tailored programs for special needs students according to an Individual Education Plan as prescribed by the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Read more at the Michigan Chronicle