During what’s supposed to be some of the best years of their lives, college students have been shoved back into their childhood homes. The coronavirus pandemic has forced students of all ages to switch from traditional in-person learning on campus to online learning from home. Many college students, some with learning disabilities, have shared complaints about their ability to retain material from online classes. Others have found advantages to online learning and off-campus. Kimia Rahbar has the story.
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