A helping hand: Nonprofit aims to aid special needs students
As American children return to classrooms this fall, the pandemic has drastically changed the environment for learning. Children with special needs are having a more difficult time adapting to distance learning. One newly-formed nonprofit on New York's Long Island is trying to help change that. Jamie Wax reports.
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