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5 Changes to IEPs That Can Supercharge Learning Post Pandemic

  • Session Number: SS10
Tuesday, April 20, 2021: 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM


Nathan Levenson
Senior Advisor


The pandemic has reduced learning for all students and especially for students with disabilities. IEP teams will wrestle with what services will accelerate learning for students with mild to moderate disabilities. This session will share five common sense, yet not commonplace, strategies for catching students up academically next year. Pre-pandemic, this approach helped close the general education – special education achievement gap by 40 points in some districts and drove 2 years growth in a year in others. What does best practices suggest for next year’s IEPs? How to ensure students with disabilities receive high quality core instruction? What support services close the achievement gap? Who is the most appropriate staff to provide extra help in reading, writing and math? What two common strategies might hurt more than help?  


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