Online courses offer hurdles, possibilities for students with disabilities

Students with disabilities may be able to benefit from online courses, which can offer advantages such as fewer distractions, than physical classrooms. However, obstacles to students' participation remain through courses not being made accessible or available. The U.S. Department of Education plans to create the Center on Online Learning and Students With Disabilities to study the issue.

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