POLICY & ADVOCACY
March 25th, 2020
Two New Resources to Support Students with Disabilities During the COVID-19 Crisis
During the rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, many schools are transitioning to online learning. This can be challenging for most educators and schools, but there are particular concerns about how to do this well and equitably for students with disabilities.
NCLD strongly believes that students with disabilities can be served effectively in online settings — it just takes collaboration between students, families, educators, and policy makers. We’ve created two new resources that show the best practices to serve students with disabilities in these new environments. We’ve tailored them specifically toward parents and educators.
See the Resources Here:
While COVID-19 is disruptive to daily life in many ways, challenges brought about by the pandemic do not eliminate students’ educational and civil rights. NCLD will continue to work with partners to find new ways to provide a quality education to students with disabilities and develop resources for parents, educators, and policymakers as we find our way through this crisis.
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