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Department of Ed Issues a Response to Requests for New Guidance Interpreting IDEA.

Department of Ed Issues a Response to Requests for New Guidance Interpreting IDEA. 

By Michelle Diament  | DisabilityScoop 

New guidance from the U.S. Department of Education is addressing many considerations for IEP teams, offering input on how IEPs should be modified to address changes brought on by COVID-19.
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