Best Practices for Addressing Challenges in Special Education in Distance Learning

As the nation moves closer to the anticipated start of the 2020-21 school year, state, district, and school leaders have weighed the tradeoffs of various reopening scenarios (e.g., fully virtual, fully in-person, hybrid). Compounding the issues affecting all students, families, and staff, continuity of special education programming and related services for students with disabilities represents another major challenge currently disrupting K-12 schools and impacting decisions at various levels of educational operations and infrastructure.

This report, Best Practices for Addressing Challenges in Special Education in Distance Learning, is composed of three sections, each presenting a particular challenge for special education as well as one or more solutions for addressing that challenge in this new distance learning environment.

Download the report to learn how to:

  • Implement instructional accommodations and modifications
  • Provide social-emotional and behavioral supports
  • Maintain continuity of related services

Download the report today!

Hanover Research