Students with Disability Denied Key Supports During Remote Learning

July 27, 2020

New research has highlighted some of the additional challenges faced by local children living with disability during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A national survey of parents and carers found 3 in 5 students with disability (61%) received inadequate support when taking part in remote learning.

More than half reported not having regular contact with their school or received learning materials from their school that were inaccessible.

Mary Sayers from Children and Young People with Disability Australia says it’s important all schools and students are provided with adequate support, regardless of location.

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