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Creative ideas for addressing social-emotional learning to meet an IEP goal for a student with disabilities
There are four actions school district personnel should take when parents of a student with disabilities who has been enrolled in a private school due to COVID decide to send the child back to public school.
Is a student with an IEP plan being denied FAPE if a school team expresses a preference for that student to learn from home? Here’s how to avoid opening up the district to litigation.
When a parent asks for an independent educational evaluation for a child with a suspected disability, school teams should be proactive to avoid liability exposure.
When schools aren’t able to operate under standard conditions, IEP teams must ensure there are plans in place for special education students are still receive services.
When anxiety is causing a refusal to attend school, educators and support staff can take several actions to help, including teaching coping strategies and promoting social modeling.
School teams should respond with FAPE in mind when a parent of a student with a disability requests independent study from home.
Here’s what school teams should do when a parent presents a doctor’s note calling for an evaluation, service, or IEP for a student.
With a little creativity, those who support students with disabilities can help ensure they gain work experience, even while learning remotely.
Here’s how learning management system features, digital smart pens, audio notetakers, timers and noise reducers can support students with attention deficit disorder.
Staying safe and serving students receiving physical therapy supports in schools involves being flexible about when, where and how.
Here are components of a social-emotional universal screening approach that can be implemented in a school district regardless of whether students are learning in school or remotely.
5 ways to overcome the challenges involved in special education team meetings when the parent has hired an advocate.
An alternative to the school resource officer, a youth engagement specialist can use a therapeutic approach to managing behavioral issues students are experiencing. What roles should these professionals play?
When the pandemic claims the life of a teacher, students will need support in dealing with their grief. Here’s what educators can do.