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A formal, written plan for children from birth-2

Part C- individualized family service plan

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About what percentage of disabled students are male?

70%

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In a recent study about biased decision making, it was shown that....

Teachers were less likely to rate behavior of students labeled “gifted” as off task

4

What prohibits discrimination in any activity reviewing federal financial assistance solely on the basis of disability

Section 504

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Which principle of IDEA states that a student with a disability must be educated with students without disabilities to the maximum extent appropriate

Least restrictive environment

6

How many adults with disabilities report they are struggling financially

About half

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Roberto, who speaks English as his second language, has difficulty reading and writing in his 3rd grade class. After he is referred for testing, his scores were significantly sub average and his family contests the results. Which IDEA principle might they cite as inconsistent?

Non discriminatory assessment

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How many fields in the department of education that have shortages relate to special education?

9 fields

9

What percentage of disabled students graduate with a high school diploma

72%

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The principle that seeks to establish accountability for carrying out the students rights

Procedural due process

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What percentage of school age students are identified as having a disability

13%

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Which two disability categories constitute for 2/3s of all disabled students

Specific learning disabilities
Speech or language impairments

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Teachers design instructional materials and activities to make the content accessible to all students

Universal design

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IDEA

Individuals with disabilities education act

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IDEA 6 principles

Zero reject
Non discriminatory evaluation
Appropriate education
Least restrictive environment
Procedural due process
Parent and student participation

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Prohibits any school from excluding any student with a disability
-ensures that all children, no matter the disability, will receive an appropriate education provided at public expenses

Zero reject

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Related services in IDEA

Assistive technology and services
Early identification
Occupational therapy
Orientation and mobility services
Physical therapy
Speech pathology

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Two purposes of non discriminatory evaluation

1. Determine whether a student has a disability
2. If there is a disability, identify the special education and related services the student will receive

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Students age 3 to 21 education plan
Determined by teacher, parent, and student

Individualized education plan (program)

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Parents have the right to have access to school records concerning their child and to control who has access to these records

Parents and student participation

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Applies to any program receiving federal financial assistance

Sector 504

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If the discipline issues are directly related to the disability, then the student cannot be punished

(A student with turrets cannot be punished for ticking curse words off)

Manifestation of the disability

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Every public facility must accommodate disabled people

Americans with disability act (ADA)

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Pros and cons of labels

Pros - allows for the student to be in sped
Cons - places a stigma on the student

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IEPs must include

1. Where they are now (levels of functioning)
2. Long term goals (within a year)

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Requires assessment of students proficiency and exempts no students from assessment, covers students with disabilities but it allows for appropriate individualized modifications as set out in a students IEP

Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)

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Defines the knowledge, skills, and understanding that students should attain in academic subjects

Academic content standards

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Defines the levels of achievement that students must meet to demonstrate their proficiency in the subjects

Student achievement standards

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For students with the most significant cognitive disabilities, which the ESEA identifies as the lowest 1% of performing students

Alternate achievement standards

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The design of instructional materials and activities to make the content information accessible to all children

Universal design for learning (UDL)

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3 guidelines to UDL

1. Multiple means of representation
2. Multiple means of action and expression
3. Multiple means of engagement

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Principles of inclusion

1. Home school placement - students receive the same schooling they would attend if they did not have a disability
2. Principle of natural proportions - no more than 10% of the classroom should be exceptional students
3. Restructuring teaching and learning - using UDL and other strategies
4. Age and Grade Appropriate placements