Remote learning fails many students, but some have thrived.

Students with disabilities could benefit if schools used what they’re learning about remote education to improve in-person instruction, says Lauren Katzman, executive director of the Urban Collaborative, a national network of more than 100 school districts focused on improving outcomes for students with disabilities. Katzman, an associate research professor at ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, spoke to The Hechinger Report for an article that ran in The Washington Post and elsewhere.

"I know it's a pandemic. I know it's hellacious out there, I know it's hard. I'm not saying it's not all those things," Katzman says. "I am saying there are opportunities that we're not thinking about clearly, and I want us to."

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