Special Education Update #3: The Provision of Services and Instruction in Light of COVID-19

 | 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Use password SpecialEd7-9 to access a recording of the webinar here.

On June 21, 2020, the New York State Education Department, Office of Special Education issued further guidance concerning the provision of special education instruction and services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join our special education attorneys in a discussion regarding this guidance. We’ll discuss the legal and practical implications, including:

  • The provision of in-person special education services over the summer of 2020
  • The factors that Committees on Special Education must consider when recommending IEPs for the 2020-2021 school year
  • Notable distinctions between Compensatory Services and Extended School Year Services
  • Compensatory Education for students over the age of 21
  • Documentation requirements for schools when determining Compensatory and Extended School Year Services
  • Continuing obligations to conduct evaluations of students with disabilities

Speakers: Ryan Everhart and Andrew Freedman 

Who should attend: Board of Education Members, Superintendents, Business Officials, School District Administrators, Special Education Directors, CSE Chairs, other Pupil Services and Special Education staff.

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