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Conducting IEP Meetings During COVID-19

Conducting IEP Meetings During COVID-19

By Matthew Korobkin, Senior Advisor
Over the next several weeks, school districts and families of students with disabilities may be concerned about how IEP meetings will be convened and how timelines will be met. During a time of “social-distancing” because of COVID-19, school districts should consider hosting remote IEP meetings in order to meet the timeline requirements set forth by their state education agency. [More]
Happy new year from the EDPlan team!

Happy new year from the EDPlan team!

To help you make the most of EDPlanTM and its suite of modules, PCG will be hosting a series of webinars this winter (“What’s Up Webinars”) to explore the following EDPlan modules, highlighting new features and offering insights into how these modules can provide even greater value to you, our valued partners. We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about all that EDPlan has to offer by registering for one or more of our upcoming “What’s Up Webinars.” [More]
Leveraging Progress Monitoring for Student Success

Leveraging Progress Monitoring for Student Success

For students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), progress monitoring has meaningfully changed in recent years – from a required, compliance-driven exercise to one that truly provides data on a child’s progress, thus informing his or her instruction. At the same time, educators continue to struggle with it. When conducted effectively, progress monitoring can be used as a critical tool to drive instruction. But when conducted poorly, or nonexistent, a lack of progress monitoring can hinder a student’s academic and functional growth and have avoidable, distracting, and costly legal ramifications. [More]