IEP Components - The Ying and the Yang of Compensatory Services for Students with IEPs

This issue of NASET’s IEP Components Series was written by Dr. Nasser A. Cortez from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. A consequence of the pandemic is an increase in compensatory services for children with disabilities. Much of the discussion in schools and districts is on helping students recover from learning loss due to challenges encountered during the pandemic, including distance learning and ineffective implementation of individual education plans (IEPs). Having some experience with providing compensatory services (e.g., specialized academic instruction) to K-12 students with disabilities, the author will share what has been learned, along with recommendations for future practice.

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