After mixed experiences with distance learning, disabled California college students want flexibility

Virtual instruction was convenient for some while others struggled. Most agreed flexibility, the ability to watch lectures outside of class time and having options was beneficial. Some needed more structure. Pomona’s Tracee Passeggi, director of the Disability Resource Center, hopes schools build on the momentum of rethinking the idea of a universal class design.

This article was originally published by EdSource on August 10, 2021.