Is online learning good for students with special needs?

08/5/2010 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Educator Kathleen Kosobud highlights her concerns about virtual learning for students with special needs. In this blog post, Kosobud writes that there could be academic benefits for students who do not thrive in a classroom environment. However, there is also a concern that online learning could become an easy way to remove students with social or behavioral problems from the classroom.

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