When students are invested in their services and understand their needs, their outcomes are greater. Student-centered IEP meetings can be held at any developmental level- even if the student isn’t attending the meeting.
Over the last five years, the number of due process complaints regarding IEP compliance has increased. Learn about two ways Athlos can streamline documentation of IEP compliance.
Districts with an established practice of logging services systematically are more equipped to easily share data demonstrating what services were provided, when they were provided and by whom they were provided.
District leaders spend considerable time making difficult decisions within the context of IEP meetings. See how setting a standard for data-based IEP meetings can help.
With due process complaints and special education lawsuits on the rise around the country, the Athlos software helps streamline documentation and simultaneously mitigate risk.
Special Education departments around the country are using ESSER funds to support students with disabilities throughout the pandemic, review IEPs to update services and address COVID learning loss, ensure equitable access to services for all students, and more.
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Many of you have begun the 20-21 school year and your situations are truly unique. Some find yourselves teaching remotely, some back in a cohort/hybrid model, and some back in the classroom. Whatever your situation, one thing remains true: the goal is to reach learners and help them succeed within whichever scenario they find themselves.