RIPIN survey: Parents with disabled children not confident they made progress while distance learning

WARWICK – Parents of children with disabilities feel that they are not confident in the progress their children made while participating in distance learning as the COVID-19 pandemic closed in-person classes this past spring, and were concerned about their children’s social and emotional well-being. That’s the conclusion the Rhode Island Parent Information Network found in…

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