The goal of study was to better understand how instruction to students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) was delivered during remote learning this past spring and during the fall semester of the 2020-21school year, and how these vulnerable students have been impacted. Research questions looked at special education teacher impressions of what was effective, the challenges in delivery of remote education, and how student academic progress was affected. Special education teachers and special education directors were also asked how to best help students who fell behind and what additional resources or supports they needed.
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Leech, Patricia and Johnson, Amy, "How Students with IEP’s and their Teachers are Faring in Maine Schools during the COVID-19 Pandemic" (2021). Teaching, Learning & Research Documents. 75.