Navigating the Special Education System During COVID-19
Created on April 27, 2021
This program will discuss briefly the purpose of the IDEA and the standard for individualized education programs (IEPs), and will discuss more in-depth the sections of IEPs and what they should entail. This program will also cover evaluations and what districts are required to do, as well as parent's rights. The program will be New York-based, but New York's regulations strongly mirror federal law, and differences will be noted. The program, presented by Alison Morris of Cuddy Law Firm, will also discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic navigating the special education system, including its impact on IEP meetings, evaluation, instruction, IEP goals, and more.
This program will benefit new attorneys to the special education field, and attorneys who are seeking to better understand what an IEP is, how it is created, and what it is based on in order to be appropriate.
- Identify potential claims or issues in special education matters
- Discuss IEPs, their sections, and what they should entail
- Explore possible relief and remedies for special education violations
- Examine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on special education
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