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Six Steps to Prepare for Post-COVID-19 Special Education Disputes

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck|April 30, 2020

Partner Nathanya G. Simon was featured in Special ED Connection article regarding steps school districts should take to prepare for potential special education disputes after COVID-19

Six Steps to Prepare for Post-COVID-19 Special Education Disputes

Partner Nathanya G. Simon was featured in Special ED Connection article regarding steps school districts should take to prepare for potential special education disputes after COVID-19

Partner Nathanya G. Simon was recently interviewed by Special ED Connection in an article regarding the steps school districts should take to prepare for and minimize the potential for special education disputes that may arise as a result of measures taken by school districts to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Six Steps to Prepare for Post-COVID-19 Special Education Disputes

Ms. Simon and a New York education attorney laid out six steps districts should take to prepare for potential disputes.

  1. Document all offers of services and efforts
  2. Monitor progress
  3. Demonstrate caring and responsiveness
  4. Track related services
  5. Keep communicating with parents
  6. Identify students who may need remediation

Learn more about each step and access the full article for six steps to prepare for post-COVID-19 special education disputes.

Six Steps to Prepare for Post-COVID-19 Special Education Disputes

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck

Partner Nathanya G. Simon was recently interviewed by Special ED Connection in an article regarding the steps school districts should take to prepare for and minimize the potential for special education disputes that may arise as a result of measures taken by school districts to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Six Steps to Prepare for Post-COVID-19 Special Education Disputes

Ms. Simon and a New York education attorney laid out six steps districts should take to prepare for potential disputes.

  1. Document all offers of services and efforts
  2. Monitor progress
  3. Demonstrate caring and responsiveness
  4. Track related services
  5. Keep communicating with parents
  6. Identify students who may need remediation

Learn more about each step and access the full article for six steps to prepare for post-COVID-19 special education disputes.

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