Special Education Remote Learning Information/Contacts/Resources/Links

January 21, 2021

Coronavirus, Education

Coronavirus Information and Resources

The switch to remote education because of the coronavirus crisis has created many educational challenges for families. New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI) offers the following information, arranged in alphabetical order, to students with disabilities, their caregivers, and other advocates. We will update the information as soon as we learn of changes and additions, particularly information related to COVID-19. Feel contact us if you seek advocacy assistance regarding the education of your child with a disability.

*VERY IMPORTANT*

Virtual High School Admissions Event

  • DOE is holding information sessions and virtual arts fairs to share information about high school admissions.
    • January 25 – Virtual Arts Fair with Brooklyn and Staten Island Audition Schools, 5-7 pm. Interpretation will be available in: Mandarin, Russian, and Spanish
    • February 2 – Virtual Arts Fair with Queens Audition Schools, 4-6 pm. Interpretation will be available in: Bangla, Mandarin, and Spanish
    • February 4 Virtual Arts Fair with Manhattan and Bronx Audition Schools, 6-8 pm. Interpretation will be available in: Bangla, French, and Spanish
  • Learn more and register at https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=tyxJGEXvYUWFcQxC5fesB1OjTo59sYNEohYatPPze0RUNUgwUEhQME5RNUxWRkRKVFY4MzZJTzkwQS4u

Enrollment

  • Middle school applications are currently open and close February 9, 2021.
  • High school applications are currently open and close February 23.

OPWDD Information Front Door Sessions

  • Upcoming OPWDD 2021 Front Door information sessions. Sessions are online. If you do not have internet access, please call your local office and request that a package be sent to you and a number to call in for the session.
    • February 11, 10 a.m. – English
    • February 18, 10 a.m. – Spanish
    • February 25, 4 p.m. – English
    • March 11, 10 a.m. – English
    • March 18, 4 p.m. – Spanish
    • March 25, 4 p.m. – English
    • April 8, 10 a.m. – English
    • April 15, 10 a.m. – Spanish
    • April 22, 4 p.m. – English
  • For more information https://opwdd.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2020/03/012_frontdoor_trifold_342020.pdf

*IMPORTANT*

Children and Youth Evaluation Service (C-YES)

Fall 2020 School Experience Survey

  • DOE is asking all students in grades 6–12, parents and guardians of students in grades 3-K–12, and teachers to take the Fall 2020 School Experience Survey
  • The survey is open through Friday, February 5, 2021.
  • Take the survey HERE

Transition from Preschool special Education to Kindergarten

INCLUDEnyc Free Webinars

  • Insider’s Guide to Kindergarten (Turning 5)
    • January 26, 2 pm to 3:30 pm – register HERE.
    • Spanish available
  • Early Intervention (EI) to the Preschool Committee on Special Education (CPSE)
    • January 27, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm – register HERE.
  • INCLUDEnyc Fair
    • New York City’s largest annual fair for young people with disabilities. Connect with summer camps, recreational programs, supports and services.
    • January 30, 2021, 9 am to 1 pm – register HERE.

Harlem Educational Activities Fund is Accepting Applications

  • HEAF is a supplemental education program for underserved middle and high school students
  • Accepting applications from rising 6th grade to rising 11th grade students
  • Applications due February 9, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination Distribution Update

New Yorkers in Phase 1A and 1B groups are eligible to receive the vaccine. Phase 1B includes:

  • Individuals age 65 and older
  • First responders and support staff for first responder agencies
  • Corrections, including probation and juvenile detention and rehabilitation facilities
  • P-12 school or school district faculty or staff
  • Licensed childcare providers
  • Public transit employees
  • Individuals living in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing or eating accommodations must be shared with individuals and families who are not part of the same household
  • Individuals working (paid or unpaid) in a homeless shelter where sleeping, bathing or eating accommodations must be shared by individuals and families who are not part of the same household, in a position where there is potential for interaction with shelter residents
  • Public-facing grocery store workers
  • In-person college instructors

For more information about NYC’s vaccination plan, visit https://www1.nyc.gov/site/coronavirus/vaccines/covid-19-vaccines.page

Federal COVID-19 Emergency Relief

  • The Federal Emergency Relief Act passed in December extended the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation benefits (FPUC) providing a supplement of $300 per week in federal assistance through March 14, 2021 to each individual receiving Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) through the New York State Department of Labor.
  • The legislation also extends unemployment benefits to self-employed individuals, gig workers and those who have exhausted their state benefits.
  • SNAP recipients will receive a 15% increase in SNAP benefits for six months through June 30, 2021. This increase will be included in February SNAP benefits. The January increase will be included with the SNAP Emergency supplement for January, which will be issued on January 15, 19-22 and 25-29. More information on emergency supplemental allotment of SNAP benefits https://otda.ny.gov/SNAP-COVID-19/Frequently-Asked-Questions.asp

ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN (AFC)-NYSTEACHS

Resource sheet to help families with students in temporary housing.
English https://nysteachs.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/NEWS_TEACHS_STHBacktoSchoolResources_ENGLISH_092220.pdf
Spanish https://nysteachs.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/NEWS_TEACHS_STHBacktoSchoolResources_SPANISH_092220.pdf

ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS & PROGRAMS (D79)

ARE YOU HAVING BUSING ISSUES?

Includenyc Survey

  • If your child is entitled to busing to and from school and has already attended school in-person this September or will soon, includenyc would love to hear from you- https://www.tfaforms.com/4854232

APPLYING FOR CASH ASSISTANCE THROUGH ACCESS HRA

BACK TO SCHOOL-PROGRAMMING MODELS-

https://cdn-blob-prd.azureedge.net/prd-pws/docs/default-source/default-document-library/school-buildings-reopening-principal-meeting-07072020-for-posting.pdf

BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS AND GUIDANCE-NYCDOE

  • https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-year-20-21/return-to-school-2020/behavioral-expectations-and-guidance

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

BUYING YOUR STUDENT DEVICE

Families will be able to purchase devices for your students and staff using:

  • Fair Student Funding (FSF); Smart Schools Bond Act (SBBA) funding (net new dollars rolling out to high needs schools); Resolution A allocations; other eligible funding sources.

DEVICES-IPADS

  • More Devices will be distributed. DOE is expecting 60,000 devices by next week. Students can request printed packets from schools.
  • Families can contact D’Vonte at DGraham22@schools.nyc.gov to trouble shoot any problems regarding devices not related to IT issues.
  • Students who still need an internet-enabled device, or internet access for a different device, may submit a requests through the NYC Department of Education’s Remote Learning Device form: coronavirus.schools.nyc/remotelearningdevices
  • Should you need assistance in filling out the form, parents can call the DIIT help desk at 718-935-5100.
  • Students who reside in homeless shelters or domestic violence shelters, will receive devices as needed through coordination between the DOE and staff at the shelter. For questions, email schooldevices@schools.nyc.gov

DOE’S OFFICE OF FAMILIES AND COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT (FACE)

DOE STUDENT ACCOUNTS

  • NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)
    There are 2 types of NYCSA accounts. NYCSA full and NYCSA light.
  • To have NYCSA full, you must get a code from your student’s school. You can create an account at www.mystudent.nyc
  • NYCSA full will provide all access to student information including eventually IEPs, track transportation info, and access other information including a student’s guardian, school, and test scores, as well as change basic contact information.
  • A NYCSA “light” account, which does not require an authorization code, will not allow full access to protected information but will allow parents to change their contact information. You can login at https://mystudent.nyc/

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION COVID-19 TESTING

DISTRICT 75

  • Starting in January, 6,900 additional students will be able to attend school five days a week in District 75 classrooms – about 80% of the total District 75 student enrollment.

DOE: GUIDELINES FOR PARAPROFESSIONALS FOR BLENDED AND FULLY REMOTE LEARNING

  • Guidance available HERE.

EARLY CHILDHOOD

EDUCATION COUNCILS

Education Councils are part of New York City’s school governance structure. There is a Community Education Council (CEC) for every community school district. There are also four Citywide Councils:

  • the Citywide Council on High Schools (CCHS)
  • the Citywide Council on Special Education (CCSE)
  • the Citywide Council on English Language Learners (CCELL), and
  • the Citywide Council for D75 (CCD75).

To learn more about Citywide councils https://www.schools.nyc.gov/get-involved/families/education-councils

ENROLLMENT

  • DOE announced changes in their screening processes due to COVID-19.
    • All middle schools will temporarily stop using academic screening for enrollment for one year.
    • High schools will still screen students but will rely on academic records from pre-COVID-19.
    • Specialized high schools will still require the SHSAT for admission. Registration for the exam closed on January 15. The test will be administered starting the week of January 27.
    • Students trying out for performing and visual arts programs will submit their applications virtually.
  • Schools will no longer give priority to students living within their own district in an effort to reduce segregation.

ENROLLING NEWLY ARRIVED IMMIGRANTS

EXTENSION OF SERVICES FOR STUDENTS 21+

https://nylpi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Extension-of-Services-21.pdf

FAIR FARES NYC

  • City program to help low-income New Yorkers with transportation costs. Participants can receive a 50% discount on subway and eligible bus fares.
  • Check HERE for info on eligibility and how to apply.

FAMILY WELCOME CENTERS

FREE MEALS

  • Over 400 school locations will be serving Grab and Go meals for ALL New Yorkers (no children required). For general info about meals, visit http://www.schools.nyc.gov/freemeals
  • Families may also text the word “Food” or “Comida” to 877-877 to find the closest meal hub.
  • No registration, ID, or documentation is required to pick up these meals.
  • Three meals a day will be available per person and may be picked up at the same time.
  • To find the closest location serving meals, visit https://www.opt-osfns.org/schoolfoodny/meals/default.aspx
    • People who can’t get to a meal hub or unable to collect food at a hub, may be eligible for food delivery services. Visit NYC Food Delivery Assistance to sign up/find out if you qualify. You may also call 311 and say “Get Food” for information.
    • Kosher and Halal meals are available.

FREE AND LOW-COST INTERNET OPTIONS

Free or low-cost internet options available to New York City students and families for more information: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/learn-at-home/technical-tools-and-support/free-and-low-cost-internet-options

GRADING POLICY-UPDATED OCTOBER 26, 2020

https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/chancellor-s-message-for-families

  • On October 23, 2020, The New York State Education Department (NYSED), Office of Special Education shared a new resource released by U.S. Department of Education (USDE) released a Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide-https://tech.ed.gov/publications/digital-learning-guide/parent-family/

HAVING AN ISSUE CONTACTING YOUR STUDENT’S SCHOOL?

INTEGRATED CO-TEACHING IN BLENDED AND REMOTE SETTINGS

HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSIONS

HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)

  • The regular HEAP benefit season opened on November 2, 2020 and will operate through March 15, 2021. Recipients of HEAP benefits may receive one regular HEAP benefit per program year to help pay for heating costs.
  • The application period for Emergency HEAP benefits opened on January 4, 2021. The utility shut-off moratorium will not affect eligibility for Emergency benefits.
  • Emergency benefits are available to assist eligible households with a heating emergency or a heat-related domestic emergency.

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL COVID RENT RELIEF PROGRAM RE-OPENED

  • New York State Homes and Community Renewal announced the re-opening of the COVID Rent Relief Program with expanded eligibility criteria.
  • Accepting applications through February 1, 2021.
  • More info on eligibility and application process HERE.

HOTLINES

HOTSPOTS TO K-12 STUDENTS

  • The DOE is offering a limited supply of hotspots
  • Prioritizing order: high school, middle school, and elementary school.
  • Students must demonstrate need by November 21st- For more information, please email schooldevices@schools.nyc.gov subject line “Hotspots.”

HOMEWORK HELP

HOUSING

Section 8 Vouchers

  • HPD Section 8 team is still available to the public. Voucher holders facing rent hardships due to drops in income should email DTRAI@hpd.nyc.gov or fax at 212-863-5299.
  • During this time, any HPD Section 8 voucher set to expire will be automatically renewed. Clients do not need to reach out to HPD for an extension.
  • All subsidy terminations in process are suspended until further notice. All tenant conferences and briefings are postponed and will be rescheduled.
  • All hearings for appeal are cancelled until further notice.
  • HPD will continue to pay subsidies until final determinations are made. All non-emergency Section 8 Housing Quality Standard inspections are suspended until further notice.

IEPs

IEPs and Program Adaptations documents: What’s the Difference?
Includenyc Tip Sheet: https://www.includenyc.org/resources/tip-sheet/ieps-remote-learning-plans-whats-the-difference

IEP AND PROCESS OF EVALUATION

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

  • In English for students in grades Pre-K through twelve online at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learn-at-home. Some translations in at least the nine covered languages have been developed, and more are in the works, including webinars for teachers, parents, and caregivers.
  • For specific questions, you can contact the following DOE representatives:

INTERNET ACCESS

  • Families who have trouble connecting should reach out to their schools directly. Each school will be troubleshooting its own remote technology issues with support from the New York City Department of Education (DOE). DOE is working to create more supports for parents in this transition.
  • Charter Cable (and possibly other providers) will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a subscription, and installation fees will be waived.  For more information, call 1-844-488-8395. 
  • AT&T is also offering 60 days of free public service. Other providers may also make internet services available for free. For more information, visit this guide on internet providers. Each loaned device will be WIFI-enabled.

IMMIGRANTS

IPADS

  • Families with technological needs should contact the school principal or call 311 or fill out the survey: https://coronavirus.schools.nyc/RemoteLearningDevices
  • DOE assembled NYCares tech ambassadors’ team, who volunteer to call families and assist with technical issue with priority for families in temporary housing.
  • Families who have already requested their device should have gotten email and text with status of device, including the option to pick up device at a distribution center if necessary, but families would need to respond to the email to get that option.
  • To pick up devices in person, families MUST up an appointment and pickup time with the device distribution center as they cannot just show up due to social distancing rules.
  • Students in charter and attending non-public schools (NPS) will receive free devices. They will be delivered after priority populations. There are private grants available for those students in charter schools. For more information, visit the New York City Charter Schools Center’s website.  Also: https://includenyc.org/resources/tip-sheet/questions-to-ask-your-childs-nyc-charter-school-about-remote-learning
  • Each school-aged child should receive their own If your school has only provided one device for multiple children, you should fill out the DOE survey for each student that includes “OSIS number”-a nine-digit number issued to all students who attend a New York City public school.
  • Families will be able to fill out the application with student’s date of birth if they can’t find the student’s OSIS number at https://coronavirus.schools.nyc/RemoteLearningDevices to request additional devices.
  • If families want to check when their devices will be delivered, they can email schooldevices@schools.nyc.gov.
  • If the student has not yet filled out the survey or received timely notifications, they can contact Erin Lester at elester3@schools.nyc.gov

LEARNING BRIDGES

LEARNING PLATFORMS

LOST WAGES ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

THE MAYOR’S COMMUNITY AFFAIRS UNIT (CAU)

  • CAU is providing services to individuals with COVID19 who may need other services such a temporary stay while sick. For more information, please call take care program: 212-268-4319

MEAL SERVICE

  • Families can pick up free grab-and-go meals from whatever school is most convenient to them from 9am to Noon, Monday through Friday. https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/food/community-meals
  • No signup or registration is necessary, and meals will be set up near entry points for easy access and pickup by students and families.
  • Grab & Go meals for NYC adults will also continue at approx. 200 sites across the city- including some dedicated kosher locations and those serving the halal protein options – and the info is available at nyc.gov/getfood or the DOE website. Meals will be available from 3pm to 5pm, Monday through Friday.

MEDICAID

  • In New York City Medicaid cases due to renew in March, April, May, June, July, August, and September will be extended for 12 months. No Medicaid case will be closed for failure to renew or failure to provide documentation
  • Empire Justice Center is assisting families with issues with unemployment and PAID leave-800-724-0490 x 5827.

MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES

MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS

  • The Division of Multilingual Learners is developing guidance to support Multilingual Learners in any language, to maintain continuity of learning, including how co-teaching can work remotely.
  • For information, visit https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/multilingual-learners.
  • Parents can request assistance to fill out the survey by calling 718-935-5100, Option 5.
  • DOE is also looking into accommodating “low incident languages.” Families in need of translation services should reach out to DOE.

NYC DOE-Homeless Students Education Resources

NEW YORK CITY INDEPENDENT BUDGET OFFICE

NEWLY RELEASED DOE’S ANNUAL SPECIAL EDUCATION DATE

NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT (NYSED)

  • Center for Parent Information and Resources (CIPR), funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs, is the central “Hub” of information and products created for the nationwide network of Parent Centers serving families. CIPR developed an IEP tip sheet regarding virtual IEP meetings. https://www.parentcenterhub.org/wp-content/uploads/repo_items/virtual-iep-meeting-tipsheets.pdf
  • Families should know by now the model that their student’s school has chosen. You can call the school or the district if you have not received a notification.
  • Office of Special Education is sharing the following resource provided by the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform (CEEDAR) Center, a nation technical assistance center funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs.
  • The Family Guide to At-Home Learning has practical strategies that work for helping children of all ages who may be struggling with an at-home learning task. Families may find these strategies useful when helping their children complete various reading, math, and/or behavioral tasks at home.

Transition Planning During COVID-19

  • New York State Education Department has developed the attached policy brief, Transition Planning and Services for Students with Disabilities.
  • Reminding Committees on Special Education and school districts of their specific responsibilities under federal and State law and regulations to provide appropriate transition planning and services for students with disabilities.
  • This guidance also identifies technical assistance resources available to assist school districts, students, and families in the transition planning process. For more information http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/documents/transition-planning-and-services-for-students-with-disabilities.pdf

NYCDOE SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES

Form- https://www.nycenet.edu/technicalsupportforfamily instead of calling. Topics (transportation, device delivery, device request status, student account access, and report cards).

NEW YORK STATE EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE

  • The New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) agency has made funds available to provide rental assistance to individuals and families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This State program will provide direct aid for tenants who lost income due to the pandemic. For more information please check: https://hcr.ny.gov/RRP

OPWDD

PARENT UNIVERSITY

  • A collaboration between the Office of Family and Community Empowerment (FACE) and the Division of Instructional and Information Technology (DIIT). To register for classes go to: https://parentu.schools.nyc/
  • Send suggestions to DOE for additional resources to Michele at MMartinezgugerli@schools.nyc.gov.

REMOTE LEARNING AGREEMENT-DOE/UFT

REMOTE INSTRUCTION

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

  • OPT is working case by case including bus paraprofessionals and other staff. OPT is making available bus alternatives.
    • Metro cards: OPT has shipped FREE MetroCards to all schools for students and parents.
    • Reimbursement process: OPT is also offering to reimburse families who use other methods of transportation (car services, taxis, Ubers, etc.). Reimbursement process will be expedited and simpler.

SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES DURING COVID-19

SOCIAL SECURITY 1.3 PERCENT BENEFIT INCREASE FOR 221

  • The 1.3 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will begin with benefits payable to more than 64 million Social Security beneficiaries in January 2021.Please check SSA website for more information https://www.ssa.gov/cola/

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER SUPPORT SERVICES (SETSS)

SCHOOL CALENDAR (2020-2021SY)

SCHOOL REOPENING PLAN

https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-year-20-21/district-

Total Educational screen time per day, inclusive of synchronous and asynchronous activities

STUDENTS AND COVID-19 TESTING

POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION

NYSED

Board of Regents and NYSED “strongly encouraging schools and school districts to allow those students who will age out of school the opportunity – for this year only – to return for summer school and, if necessary, attend school in the 2020-2021 year, in order to complete their education and earn a diploma.”
http://www.nysed.gov/common/nysed/files/programs/coronavirus/nysed-covid-19-memo-over-age-students.pdf

NON-CUSTODIAL PARENTS

NURSING SERVICES

  • DOE will be providing 1:1 nursing service in the home for students who have a 1:1 nurse during the school day and who wish to have such a nurse in the home.

OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (OPWDD)

SNAP

  • Benefit cards for each eligible child to families in this cohort. Benefits are expected to be distributed by the State in July and August 2020.
  • There is no application process for receipt of these funds. Information for distribution of funds will be provided to State OTDA by local school districts (for NYC, the NYC Department of Education).
  • OTDA will be using the March 2020 school enrollment data to determine eligibility by age and enrollment status.
    **** NOTE: This will be eligible regardless of immigration status and will not affect the public charge rule.

SPECIAL EDUCATION

RESOURCES SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AT HOME & RELATED SERVICES

STUDENT CONTACT INFORMATION

OPWDD

PARENT COORDINATORS

  • Parent Coordinators will still be supporting families, principals will still be supervising the parent coordinators, but all will be shifting to remote-only work.
  • The DOE has set up a Parent Empowerment Hub for Parent Coordinators: https://parentcoordinatornyc.connectwithkids.com. Here school Parent Coordinators will find information and guidance to help them support families.

PRESCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION

REGENTS FOR JANUARY ARE CANCELED

  • Frequently Asked Questions HERE
  • Petition to Board of Regents to remove Regents Exams from the NYS graduation requirement HERE

REGIONAL ENRICHMENT CENTERS

RELATED SERVICES

RespectAbility: RESOURCE GUIDE FOR VIRTUAL EDUCATION AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

  • Resource guide is available HERE.

SUPPORT FOR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES

  • DOE’s School Response Clinicians (SRCs) underwent trainings at the beginning of the year on a wide range of issues, including how to deal with high level of suicide ideation, “immigrant community.”
  • SRCs have also worked with immigrant serving organizations to do immigration and post-secondary supports including DACA/citizenship applications, helped with undocumented scholarships, etc

STUDENT ATTENDANCE

  • Attendance will be required for all students. DOE is working on a consistent policy for attendance and grading.
  • For students attending District 75 (D75)-Packets with materials are been sent home.

STUDENT GRADING

SOCIAL WORKERS

  • Social workers will be providing supports online. Students who are receiving mental health services at school will continue to receive the service remotely.

STATE ASSESSMENTS

  • For details about state assessments, see this update from the New York State Education Department.
  • NYSDOE has applied for federal waivers for testing, accountability, and reporting requirements. Students who passed the Regent’s course, will be granted credit. For more information, see this Fact Sheet on the impact of COVID-19 on assessments.

STUDENT RECORDS

  • To access or update your child’s school records, sign up for a New York City Schools Account (NYCSA) at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/in-our-classrooms/nyc-schools-account or email specialeducation@schools.nyc.gov.
  • DOE is working on a mechanism by which parents can obtain their children’s records without an “OSIS number” — a nine-digit number issued to all students who attend a New York City public school. In the meantime, parents should contact their school’s principal.
  • Families may also contact the Committee on Special Education.

SUSPENSIONS AND PROMOTION IN DOUBT

  • DOE decided to take a restorative practice approach and not a punitive one. DOE is working on specific guidance regarding promotion, grading, and attendance.

TRANSITION

LAST UPDATED: January 21, 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

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