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COVID Homeschool IEP Record-keeping
Nov 21, 2022

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Our special guests this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations were Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, co-founders of the Inclusive Education Project. Amanda and Vickie shared with us about "COVID Homeschool IEP Recordkeeping"

Other topics covered in this episode: Why to Keep Every Student IEP…Even Those You Don’t Agree With Assessing Special Education Services for Homeschool Students Why to Keep a Homeschool IEP Take IEP Data Collection to A New Level While Homeschooling

Links to reference from full interview: To see the resources Vickie and Amanda have at the Inclusive Education Project, visit their website at

Check out our past interview videos with Vickie and Amanda What You Need to Know About Accommodations After High School

What Your Student Needs for Requesting College Accommodations

Examples of College Accommodations and Programs for Neurodiverse Students

Differences in Disability Education Law for Pre and Post High School Students

Incorporating Post-High School Goals Throughout Your Student’s Schooling Years

To find the SPED Homeschool free IEP template and guide visit

The SPED Homeschool Testing Quick Guide referenced in this episode can be found here: and to see a listing of SPED Homeschool partners who offer testing services, use this link:

To apply for the SPED Homeschool Review Crew start here:

This episode of Empowering Homeschool Conversations was sponsored by the Maloney Method. To learn more about them and the homeschool reading curriculum they have created, visit,

To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at And also subscribe to our channel

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