Let’s consider how principals and other school leaders can support students with IEPs in virtual learning.
Vulnerable student populations, such as students of color and students with IEPs, were (and have continued to be) disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Today, we’ll share four strategies for your school or district to create an equitable and inclusive blended learning environment for all students.
COVID-19 forced school leaders to rapidly adopt virtual learning platforms and instructional strategies. Now it is time to develop an evidence-based blended learning strategy for your school.
Students with IEPs often have far lower test scores than those without. Your school or district can improve overall student achievement with differentiated and intervention support for students in special education.
Many students will encounter a learning curve as they navigate new hybrid or online-only learning models this school year, but students who are not proficient in reading or math and students with disabilities are especially at risk of falling behind. As a school leader, you can help prevent students with disabilities from developing gaps in learning by preparing ahead of time to use virtual learning platforms with differentiated support structures. How does virtual learning impact students with disabilities? Many school…