Special Ed Corner: How Parents Can Spot Signs of Learning Disabilities During Remote Learning
[Source: Education Week]
Special education has emerged as one of the most significant concerns for families and schools during the global pandemic, with much of the focus on the plight of students who are separated from the teachers and specialists that ensure they have equal opportunities to learn.
But students with undiagnosed learning disabilities may also be missing out on services and supports during distance learning.
To help families and caregivers who suspect that their children may have disabilities or developmental delays, Understood.org and the American Academy of Pediatrics have developed Take N.O.T.E., a digital guide available in English and Spanish.
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