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Virtual Instruction for Students With Disabilities: Meeting IDEA and Section 504 Mandates
Virtual Instruction for Students With Disabilities: Meeting IDEA and Section 504 Mandates
 
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By Betsey Helfrich, Esq.

IDEA and Section 504 regulations, written long before today's expansion in virtual instruction, do not address online learning — leaving educators unsure of how to provide FAPE in a virtual environment. Here's the guidance you need to navigate the legal aspects and draft policies for virtual learning for students with disabilities.

Reduce missteps that result in litigation with clear guidance on the law, compliance strategies to avoid legal pitfalls, and plenty of "Top Tips" and model forms in 6 key areas:

1. How Section 504 and IDEA apply to virtual instruction

2. Selecting and contracting with virtual instruction vendors

3. Drafting effective and compliant policies and procedures

4. Enrollment and placement in virtual programs or courses

5. Drafting and implementing IEPs and 504 plans for the virtual environment

6. Accessibility and student confidentiality


(2020. Pamphlet. 90 pp. Product Code: 300730. S/H $5.50)


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