‘We are still without a plan’: Parents protest over no in-person learning for students with special needs

Parents in Middlesex are protesting the lack of in-person learning for students with special needs.
One parent, Jerry Terrones, says virtual learning just doesn't work.
"We did the best we could at home, but now it's, it's December now, and we are still without a plan,” says Terrones. “We are still without any kind of leadership. So, it's very frustrating to watch all these kids, the progress they made was lost. A normal, typical child, if they stay stagnant for eight months, they can just pick up where they left off. With special needs kids, I'm sure a lot of people know, when they stay stagnant, they don't just pick up where they left off, they regress and start to move backwards."
Terrones says he hopes the protest brings awareness.