Handling the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been easy on anyone. People had to learn how to work from home and get accustomed to spending more time in the house. For some, this was a much-welcome change, but there were certain aspects of COVID-19 that were quite stressful. One of those aspects is remote learning, as most kids had to stay at home. And seeing as this pandemic is far from over, we need to consider some ways to adapt special education to remote learning. So, to help you out, we will cover the significant issues you’ll have to face to provide your child with the at-home special education they need. Read more.