Corona pandemic has caused severe disruption and challenges in all systems around the country. To overcome the prevalence of the virus, education systems switching to distance learning, and we were not prepared for that. This study examines the effect of COVID-19 on distance learning in Egypt for students with reading difficulties, parental attitudes towards distance learning, and parental competencies. In this study, 64 parents whose students have reading disabilities were surveyed. The research data was analyzed. According to the results, remote learning is one of the new teaching concepts that has negative perceptions in Egypt. More than 70% of participants think that distance learning isn’t an efficient way to teach students with reading difficulties. These were lessons learned from the pandemic that can be applied post-pandemic. In addition, the pandemic has brought to light inequalities in technology access and parental literacy and offers a chance to address these inequalities in the future. It is important to support the operation of remote learning relevant special education contexts as well as provide practical and research recommendation.
A. K. Sallam, Hossam and E. A. Elhady, Marwa
"Distance Education Challenges Facing Parents of Students with Reading Difficulties During the Corona Pandemic,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 12
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol12/iss11/15