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. In order to do so, we recognize how important a strong Individualized Education Plan is, especially with remote learning.

In their article, How to Create the Best IEP and IEP Results…Even from a Distance, the Council for Exceptional Children offers insight into IEPs done well during remote learning.

EdWeek has also chimed in with virtual Individualized Education Plan advice in their article, Virtual IEP Meetings a 6-Step Guide for Parents and Teachers.