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Schools are places in which children learn to read, write, count and grow. But now, homes have become schools and parents have had to take on extra responsibilities as a result of distance learning. And, while distance learning has been an adjustment for all, some argue—it has been even more of an adjustment for students with disabilities.
Jason Crane, Director of the Special Services Department at Duluth Public Schools said special education teachers have, at times, 17 or 18 students on their case load.
“We have an obligation to provide service, but at no time could a case manager provide the same services that they would if we were in school face to face with kids, so it is a challenge,” Crane said.