A district has several questions related to how the coronavirus closure will affect an extended school year and the graduation eligibility of students turning 21 years of age.
In addition to providing devices and internet, must a district provide packets of work if families request them? Can students “fail” if they neglect to complete work during the coronavirus closure?
How does the coronavirus school closure impact 60-day evaluation timelines?
The firm is asked whether schools must enforce compulsory attendance to online instruction during the coronavirus closure.
The firm offers additional clarification on the implementation of IEPs developed or updated during the coronavirus closure.
A district asks the firm for advice on what to do about Early Intervention students not yet evaluated for school-age eligibility due to the coronavirus school closure.
A district questions the reasoning behind the firm's suggested implementation date for IEPs developed or updated during the coronavirus closure.
The firm is asked what implementation date should be used for IEPs developed or updated during the coronavirus closure.
The firm is asked about “compensatory services” for students with disabilities who suffered a loss of educational benefits as a result of the coronavirus school closure.
During the coronavirus closure, the firm is asked whether IEPs should reflect current conditions or developed as they would normally would in a physical school environment?