One at One: Can IEP meetings be held remotely?
Posted May 5, 2020
Can Individualized Education Program (“IEP”) meetings be held remotely?
Yes. An IEP meeting can be held remotely. Districts are encouraged to get parental consent to hold the meeting through remote means, and to utilize a format which allows the parent to fully participate in an IEP. The same is true for identification and evaluation planning meetings.
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