Schools, teachers and students across the state were forced to adapt when the pandemic hit, but some say too many schools are failing to meet the needs of students in special education.
We talk to leaders from advocacy groups for people with disabilities, and an attorney who represents special education students and their families, about the limitations some schools are facing and what can be done to help.
Produced by Drew Daudelin.
Executive Director, The Arc of Indiana
Special Education Attorney
State Director, PATINS Project