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Our K-12 students are headed back to school, and they are doing so remotely. It can be a challenge to maintain students' engagement and reinforce their classroom assignments under these circumstances, but your Washington County libraries are ready to support parents, teachers, and other caregivers with resources for distance learning.
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When you need to find a source for a homework assignment and you need it fast, don't forget about WCCLS' online databases! Our free, searchable databases and other academic resources contain remotely accessible information from reputable published sources.
Distance learning can present extra challenges for students experiencing disabilities. FACTOregon has created toolkits to guide parents and caregivers through what to expect from special education and distance learning.
Find these and many more resources for the families and educators of disabled students, both in special and in general education programs, here on FACTOregon's website >>