Special Education services are critical to the success of all of our students, especially those who experience exceptionalities. During this time of comprehensive distance learning, I know many of you have questions about how students will be served. In the spring, special education providers worked in overdrive to change everything about how we do school almost overnight. As we enter into the fall and gear up for Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL), we have the luxury of some time to prepare, as well as the many lessons learned from our experience in the spring. For more information, CLICK HERE.
504 Support Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 prohibit discrimination based on disability and require equity and access for students experiencing a disability to be involved in, participate in, and make progress in the general education curriculum. To provide the accommodations and modifications, Section 504 plans must be designed to transition between in-person, distance, and hybrid learning environments as the context shifts in response to statewide health and safety guidelines.For more information, CLICK HERE.
TAG Support Ashland schools will continue to provide support and instruction for currently identified TAG students during the Comprehensive Distance model of schooling. During Comprehensive Distance Learning, two strategies will enhance and extend the learning experience for TAG students.
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