Special Education Law
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The 2 Teaching Divas
In this pack you will find everything you need to help you get started with RTI. There are several forms including: RtI Description and Informaiton on each Tier, Additional Resources Page, Status of the Class Form, Possible Student in Need Form, Data Form for Assessments, Individual Student Action Plan, 2 different forms for documentation, list of sample options for changes in intervention, and a lesson plan template designed for the Tiered Model of RtI.
General Education Cheat Sheet to Special Education
The purpose of this one page guide is to provide an overview to general education teachers about some different acronyms that are typically used in special education (FAPE, IEP, IDEA, LRE, FERPA).This would be a good addition to a professional development training for teachers about special education.
A 504 Plan Can Help Protect Your Child - Hemophilia Federation of America
There are two laws for K-12 students in public school that may offer support and services for children with a#bleedingdisorder: The Individual With Disabilities Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. You can download this chart by clicking on the below link to help you determine which plan may be appropriate and to read a father's perspective on how a 504 plan helped his children with #hemophilia. Be sure to join us and the National Hemophilia Foundation on Wednesday,...
This is another great cite that gives an over view of the RTI and PBIS programs. This cit also includes the laws associated with small groups and IEPs. It includes the definition of Public Law 108-446, more commonly known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004. It furthermore has a tab for terminology and for the parents’ rights.
The Individualized Education Program (IEP) has been referred to as “the cornerstone” or “centerpiece” of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). It is the statutory vehicle for ensuring that a student with a disability receives a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment.