GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Students, teachers, parents, and administrators are facing an unusual disruption in learning due to Coronavirus.
Safety is of course paramount, yet experts predict that the instability caused by the pandemic could have negative effects on students.
Dr. Sarah Parker, Director of Special Education at Great Lakes Learning Academy, joined Fox 17 live to discuss the importance of continuity in education and how online learning can provide the necessary resources for students to succeed.
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