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Best Practices in Digital Special Education Documentation

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Athlos Special Education Logs. 

Special educators and service providers are no stranger to technology — assistive and otherwise — and as the delivery of mandated services becomes more varied and challenging through and after the COVID-19 pandemic, identifying a documentation system that works best for your special education community is key. Digital reporting systems that work across multiple devices and platforms are an increasingly popular way to monitor progress and track student services, but there are a few key best practices to consider, when reflecting on your current system and considering a new program. This helpful brief outlines the importance of accuracy, compatibility and ease-of-use, visibility and privacy when selecting or implementing a system, as well as identifying accessible resources to fund your initiative.

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