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Considerations for Students with Disabilities During Coronavirus-Related School-Building Closure

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One of Ohio’s top priorities during the ordered school-building closure period, which seeks to diminish the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), is to ensure students with disabilities receive educational services closest to the manners prescribed within their Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). We recognize this might pose some challenges, but we are heartened by how the education community has stepped up to provide educational services during this unexpected and unprecedented time. 

This document is designed to help school districts provide special education services to students with disabilities (ages 3-21). 

Thank you for all you are doing to serve Ohio’s students during this public health crisis. Please check www.education.ohio.gov for updates as they become available.

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