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Developing New In-District Special Education Programs: Your Step-by-Step Compliance Guide Effective Strategies to Resolve Special Education Disputes Without Due Process
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Developing New In-District Special Education Programs: Your Step-by-Step Compliance Guide Effective Strategies to Resolve Special Education Disputes Without Due Process
Creating an in-district special education program can aid in complying with the IDEA's least restrictive environment mandate and help you use your budget most effectively. Resolving disputes with parents before the due process stage can improve parent-district relations, reduce staff downtime and prevent lengthy due process hearings and lawsuits -- especially important with the skyrocketing costs of special education litigation.
Homebound Services Under the IDEA and Section 504: An Overview of Legal Issues -- Second Edition Making Sense of Stay-put: What the IDEA Requires, What the Courts Are Saying
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Homebound Services Under the IDEA and Section 504: An Overview of Legal Issues -- Second Edition Making Sense of Stay-put: What the IDEA Requires, What the Courts Are Saying
The revised standard of FAPE issued in the Supreme Court's landmark Endrew F. decision has districts nationwide girding for additional scrutiny of the services provided to special education students in their homes. When does changing the location of a student's services constitute a change in educational placement? How can providing services not included in a child's IEP alter your stay-put obligations? Get the answers in this just-updated guide!
School Districts' Guide to Postsecondary Transition for Students With Disabilities Transporting Students With Disabilities: Steering Clear of Legal Potholes
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School Districts' Guide to Postsecondary Transition for Students With Disabilities Transporting Students With Disabilities: Steering Clear of Legal Potholes
Avoid disagreements with parents and stay on the right side of compliance with clear guidance on the IDEA’s procedural and substantive requirements for appropriate transition planning. Determining if transportation as a related service is necessary for a student with a disability can be difficult.
   
 
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