Special Education During a Pandemic

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Course Description

This program was recorded on May 12, 2021

All students, particularly those in special education, have had to adjust during the pandemic to how they received their education. This includes changes to distance learning, previously in-person services being delivered remotely, as well as delays in assessments, IEP team meetings, and services. This presentation will review the academic year 2020-2021 and how education changed during the pandemic, and what to expect in 2021-2022 when students return to school full-time.

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Attorney Meldie MooreMeldie Moore
Meldie Moore graduated with honors from Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania. During her college years, she volunteered as a big sister and as a teacher’s aide at a preschool for special needs children. Meldie moved to California, where she graduated cum laude from Pepperdine University School of Law. During law school, Meldie worked as a judicial clerk for California Supreme Court Justice Armand Arabian and externed at the Los Angeles County Counsel’s Office, Division of Children’s Services. She served as an associate editor on Pepperdine’s law review and competed nationally on the moot court team. In 2009, Meldie furthered her legal education by obtaining a Masters in Law at Chapman University School of Law. She authored a legal article that was published in the California State Bar Journal in 2011. In 2013, Meldie published an article in the Orange County Lawyer Magazine entitled “Senate Bill 115 Would Give Sperm Donors Standing to Petition for Paternity.” Meldie also published a 2019 article for OC Lawyer on Special Education, titled “Learning your ABCs, 123s, and IEPs: Special Education in Public Schools.”

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Course Agenda

  1. Special Education Rights in General
  2. Changes to the California Education Laws in 2020
  3. Federal Special Education Rights in 2020
  4. How to Best Prepare for the Special Education Student for 2021-2022
  5. Silver Linings
  6. Tips
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