For Some College Students, Remote Learning Is a Game Changer
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Amanda Morris and Emily Anthes, The New York Times
Before the pandemic, Daniel Goldberg missed countless classes because of a painful, chronic medical condition. But over the past academic year, he didn’t miss a single class—and he says he's become a better student as a result.
Although many college students have struggled with remote learning over the last year, some with disabilities found it to be a lifeline. As the fall semester approaches, those students are pushing for remote accommodations to continue, even as in-person classes resume.