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Dan Morgan Interview: COVID Effects on Students With Learning Disabilities

For many students, learning this past year has been particularly challenging.

Groves Academy President Dan Morgan talked to Scripps National News about how the shift to remote learning impacted students with learning disabilities and how parents can continue to stay in tune with their child’s needs.

Daniel Morgan | President
Dan Morgan grew up in Madison, Wisc., and even after seven major relocations in the past 25 years, he remains a proud midwesterner. Upon completing his education at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Dan moved to San Diego, and launched right into his education career. He was fortunate enough to be trained in dyslexia and LD instruction and assessment by Patricia Lindamood, and spent the next 14 years at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes working with students across the world, and across the whole spectrum of neurodiversity. In 2011, Dan shifted his career to Fusion Education Group and worked for more than 8 years developing and expanding their network of unique private schools designed for students who do not fit the traditional paradigm of education. Dan helped lead Fusion on an incredible growth trajectory, launching over 30 schools across the country in four years.
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