Parents, educators, administrators, and children across the country are struggling to keep up, barely keeping their heads above water. The challenges of remote special education are intense, the demands are high, and the specifics on the “how” are blurry. The purpose of this guidebook is not to sugarcoat the reality of the struggle but to share successes that emerged from the struggle. This book and the motivation behind the research provide an optimistic approach to address some of the undeniable difficulties of remote learning, particularly for children with learning challenges and disabilities. Specifically, this book aims to improve remote learning for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). The introduction chapter outlines the guidebook’s purpose, background knowledge, the intended audience, and explains the forthcoming chapters’ structure.