Educators will provide learning opportunities for students with special education needs, based on their individual strengths and needs, and provide differentiated support and instruction. This may include more than the minimally required synchronous learning time described earlier as well as accommodations, modified expectations, and alternative programming as detailed in their IEPs. If it is not possible to meet a student's needs through synchronous learning, educators and families will work together to find solutions.

Students will be provided continued access to assistive technology, including Special Equipment Amount (SEA) equipment, where possible, to support students with special education needs as they participate in remote learning. In situations where access to assistive technology is not feasible, educators will work with students and parents to determine workable solutions on an individual basis.