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Joint our parenting editor and a psychologist for a Q&A on distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Federally run schools serving Native students were slow to shut and to offer distance learning. Millions in federal relief aid has yet to be disbursed.
Resources meant for vulnerable students like refugees fell through the gaps during the scramble to pivot to online learning.
"There’s been a learning loss because of this disruption," he said, as schools have gone online during the coronavirus crisis.