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Ensuring Free and Appropriate Education (FAPE) During COVID-19

Make sure your family or community members are receiving the education they are entitled to under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act during COVID-19. This webinar explores some of the common hurdles for students with disabilities in distance learning/hybrid models during the pandemic. Presenters review recommended practices and effective strategies that promote equity and meaningful progress. They also provide practical tips for families that can be put to use immediately.

Alexa Blueprints and Routines

Student A. v. SFUSD

Amicus brief explaining why exhaustion of administrative remedies is not required in systemic special education class action.

TIES Center

TIES Center is the national technical assistance center on inclusive practices and policies. It works with states, districts, and schools to support the movement of students with disabilities from less inclusive to more inclusive environments. They provide specialized resources on supporting students with disabilities who are participating in virtual learning.

C.W. v. Denver County School District No. 1

Amicus brief supporting argument that exhaustion of administrative remedies under IDEA is not required when seeking damages.