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  • NYC’s staffing crunch takes a big toll on students with disabilities, report finds

    Dec 2, 2020

    12.01.2020 | Chalkbeat NY | Maggie Moroff, a disability policy expert at the non-profit Advocates for Children, which primarily works with low-income families, said the lack of live instruction appears to be a widespread issue.

    “We are definitely hearing from families who are reporting on the lesser end of live instruction,” she said. “Most students need to be taught by a teacher — they need to be able to ask questions and interact with the person who is instructing them.” Read article