The United States Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) is dedicated to improving results for infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities, from birth through age 21. OSEP, directly and through its partners and grantees, develops a wide range of research-based products, publications, and resources to assist states, local district personnel, and families to improve results for students with disabilities. OSEP’s Ideas That Work website provides easy access to resources, links, and other important information from research-to-practice initiatives funded by OSEP that address the provisions of IDEA and ESSA.
With many K–12 schools moving to a hybrid learning model this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic, Zoom is adding new features designed to help teachers manage virtual classrooms. The free Zoom for Education plan includes more control over virtual classroom views.
QuickClasses, from Described and Caption Media Program (DCMP), are three-week asynchronous, online classes for professionals working with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low vision, or deaf–blind.