U.S. special education system stumbles during pandemic

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Published on 18 Jun 2021, 1:39
A shift to remote learning devastated families of children with special needs. According to NPR, many parents watched their kids lose academic, social and physical skills. Phyllis Wolfram, the executive director for the Council of Administrators of Special Education, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss how the pandemic impacted children with disabilities and where the nation's special education system fell short.

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