As a consequence of the global pandemic of 2020, tens of millions of students experienced their education come to a rapid halt. As coronavirus began spreading across the United States, the educational landscape changed, and it changed quickly. With the sudden shift to remote learning, educators across the country faced a massive dilemma of changing decades of teaching and learning seemingly overnight. The interruption in learning has been incredibly hard on students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Media and research report that the switch has been difficult for parents and school districts across the country, yet according to the author’s recently distributed survey, educators feel that they have successfully taught children with IEPs remotely. Chapter 1 is the book’s foundation, highlighting the challenges of remote learning, an overview of the author’s collected research, and a snapshot of results. By examining the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and its application to the remote environment in parallel with the challenges of remote learning, the purpose of the research is to improve remote education for students with IEPs.