When considering requests for remote participation and other accommodations that might fundamentally alter the educational program in some way, a school must first determine who will be part of the decision-making and what factors will receive primary consideration, well before reaching any reasoned conclusions. This panel will address questions such as: How can schools determine whether, and which, classes must be taught in-person and which students, if any, might receive a waiver from such requirements? What campus entities should be involved in those discussions? What role does the disability office have? Are these considerations different now than they were pre-pandemic, and if so, how? This panel will talk through the legal obligations and the philosophical approaches that schools should be weighing when making these “big picture” decisions.