While many parents may have questions over the possibility of classes going exclusively online for the rest of the school year, parents of students utilizing special education have anxiety when considering this idea.
Lisa Flores has a son who utilizes special education in AISD. She says in physical classrooms, students like her son can get personal one-on-one instruction, something she worries may disappear in a virtual classroom.
“There’s going to be some kids who can follow online learning, and there’s going to be some who absolutely cannot. I really don’t know of a way to prevent that backslide,” Flores said.