The Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) is dedicated to supporting the prevention and resolution of special education disputes through partnership and collaboration and offers a vast array of products and services that are high quality, relevant, and useful to the field of dispute resolution in special education and early intervention.
Circumstances may prohibit participants from attending special education meetings in person. In these situations, technology allows one or all of the individuals to participate through the Internet or telephone. Many types of meetings can occur virtually, including IEP meetings, mediations, resolution sessions, and due process hearings. While each of these types of meetings is unique, virtual meetings share common traits and considerations. Here we have collected resources, tips and strategies for meaningfully participating in a virtual meeting.
Visit the website for useful resources, including videos and handouts, for holding virtual meetings.