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What Educators & Parents Need To Know About Special Education Law

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Year:
2009
Pages:
6
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781934032688
Item Code:
WEVE
Price: $12.95
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The laws governing special education students and school districts are often overwhelming and confusing. What Educators & Parents Need to Know About Special Education Law, written by Karen Norlander, Esq., is an easy-to-read reference tool that summarizes the key legal issues general and special ed teachers and parents of students with disabilities face every day.

This six page (tri-fold) laminated guide clearly and succinctly outlines

  • Major federal laws, including IDEA (IDEIA)
  • Basic legal principles of special education
  • Key terms and acronyms
  • The eligibility and evaluation processes
  • The IEP

What Educators & Parents Need to Know about Special Education Law also explains the rights of parents, from initiating a referral if they suspect their child has a disability to challenging school decisions. Additionally, the responsibilities of the parents, including participation in the development of an IEP or 504 Plan, are explained.

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