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Coronavirus

As their special-needs children fall behind, these parents are desperate for schools to reopen

December 2, 2020 | 2:02 PM GMT
While pandemic school closures have been challenging for many students, those with special needs are particularly vulnerable. "It's impossible, this whole situation is impossible,” says Christina Hartman, whose 4-year-old daughter Charlotte has autism. "And I can't speak for every child but I know for my kid, she needs to go back to school."
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