Families of students with special needs face stress, fears — but online learning not entirely negative

Ashley Gibson-Taylor family

Ashley Gibson-Taylor of Sudbury was relieved when her six-year-old son Kai finally got a spot in a class for students with special needs, but was worried when in-person learning was put on hold in March due to surging COVID-19 cases. Educators responding to a CBC questionnaire react to how the pandemic has affected learning for students like Kai.

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