An early childhood English teacher in South Korea, originally from West Virginia, shares how social distancing and sanitizing measures have been frustrating and distracting to learning—and have helped keep students and staff safer.
Special education administrators should understand current and anticipated funding levels, be aware of how the coronavirus outbreak impacts their budget, and collaborate with other local and state leaders to form plans to address revenue challenges.
Tweaking transition planning and services in this time of social distancing involves determining how best to assess, document and communicate with families and students through remote instruction.
In this first installment of the Bright Spot of Innovation series—profiling education service providers across the country using innovative and collaborative approaches to serving student with disabilities during school closures—a school physical therapist guides families with individualized exercises through video
Keeping detailed and focused documentation about special education services will show that your district made good-faith efforts to continue individual specialized services during the coronavirus outbreak—plus help in preparing for when in-person schooling resumes.