In Nebraska, students with disabilities who qualify for special education services are given an individualized education program. The COVID-19 pandemic has left educators faced with the challenges of adapting each of those IEPs to a digital environment.
“Special education provides specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs of a child with a verified disability,” Special Education Director at ESU13’s Pam Brezenski said.
There are a number of services available to students including vocational education and support, speech-langauge pathology, occupational or physical therapy, supports for hearing or visual impairment and behavioral support, as well as strategies for reading, writing or math, she said…………..
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