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A Proactive Approach: How to Prepare for Challenging IEP Meetings ABCs of Prior Written Notice: What Is It? When Is It Required? What Must It Include?
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A Proactive Approach: How to Prepare for Challenging IEP Meetings ABCs of Prior Written Notice: What Is It? When Is It Required? What Must It Include?
Too often, IEP teams are blindsided by requests they are unprepared to address, or meetings get sidetracked by contentious interactions among participants. The IDEA's myriad legal mandates regarding the provision of prior written notice make compliance challenging and confusing.
Addressing Challenging Behaviors of Students With Disabilities in In-Person, Virtual and Hybrid Settings Adverse Experiences and Child Development: Overcoming the Toxic Effects and Developing Trauma-Sensitive Schools
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Addressing Challenging Behaviors of Students With Disabilities in In-Person, Virtual and Hybrid Settings Adverse Experiences and Child Development: Overcoming the Toxic Effects and Developing Trauma-Sensitive Schools
Challenging behaviors of students with disabilities is something educators face every day, but as students adjust to the different education environments used today, behavior can be impacted in unprecedented ways. The past 10 years has seen an explosion of research related to the impact of trauma on brain development in children.
Assistive Technology Within the IEP Process: Developing Legally Compliant Best Practices Before You Discipline Under Section 504: Legal Requirements and Key Considerations
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Assistive Technology Within the IEP Process: Developing Legally Compliant Best Practices Before You Discipline Under Section 504: Legal Requirements and Key Considerations
The IDEA has always required schools to provide assistive technology to students with disabilities if the IEP team determines the child needs it to realize educational benefit. Make sure you and your staff members understand the crucial legal requirements and key factors that must be considered when disciplining a student with disabilities.
Buses, Vans and Automobiles: Transportation and Special Education Child Find and the Duty to Evaluate in an RTI World
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Buses, Vans and Automobiles: Transportation and Special Education Child Find and the Duty to Evaluate in an RTI World
When is transportation required, and what makes the transportation appropriate? When there is sufficient reason to believe or suspect that a child has a disability and a need for special services, failure to timely refer and evaluate  can lead to denial of FAPE claims.
COVID-19 -- Navigating the "NEW NORMAL" COVID-19 and Child Find: Legal and Practical Considerations for IDEA Eligibility Determinations
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COVID-19 -- Navigating the "NEW NORMAL" COVID-19 and Child Find: Legal and Practical Considerations for IDEA Eligibility Determinations
The coronavirus pandemic has redefined what normal district operations look like. What are your district's child find obligations during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Determining Section 504 Eligibility: Establishing Criteria, Following Procedures FBAs and BIPs: Staying Compliant and Addressing Misconduct With a Positive Approach
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Determining Section 504 Eligibility: Establishing Criteria, Following Procedures FBAs and BIPs: Staying Compliant and Addressing Misconduct With a Positive Approach
When navigating through eligibility criteria and requirements established by Section 504, special educators must consider various rules and details to carry out the process effectively. When misbehavior is a manifestation of a child's disability, punishment is not the answer.
Food Allergies and Chronic Health Conditions: Meeting Students' Needs From the 504 Perspective From Planning to Crisis Response: Legal Issues Related to School Safety and Students With Disabilities
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Food Allergies and Chronic Health Conditions: Meeting Students' Needs From the 504 Perspective From Planning to Crisis Response: Legal Issues Related to School Safety and Students With Disabilities
When creating Section 504 plans for students with food allergies or other chronic health conditions, special educators must be aware of all their legal compliance responsibilities. As school leaders focus more intensely on safety issues, it is imperative that the precautions and actions taken reflect consideration of students with disabilities -- both to ensure their safety and that any practices are legally compliant.
Getting a Handle on Your IDEA Prior Written Notice Obligations High School Graduation for Students With Disabilities: Providing Transition Services That Are Meaningful and IDEA-Compliant
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Getting a Handle on Your IDEA Prior Written Notice Obligations High School Graduation for Students With Disabilities: Providing Transition Services That Are Meaningful and IDEA-Compliant
Ensure team members have a full understanding regarding IDEA requirements for when and how to provide Prior Written Notice (PWN), with 90 minutes of guidance from veteran school law attorney Karen Haase. OSEP guidance emphasizes the importance of preparing students with disabilities for “college, careers and independence.”
Hospital/Homebound and Home Instruction: Navigating Legal and Practical Issues From Placement to Programming How to Avoid Reinforcing and Effectively Address Challenging Behaviors in Students With Disabilities
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Hospital/Homebound and Home Instruction: Navigating Legal and Practical Issues From Placement to Programming How to Avoid Reinforcing and Effectively Address Challenging Behaviors in Students With Disabilities
Whether temporary or permanent, the highly restrictive nature of home and hospital placements presents medical, emotional and academic challenges for the student -- so careful consideration must go into the decision. Find out how to keep students engaged and in the classroom with guidance from a board certified behavior analyst!
Identify and Address the Harassment and Bullying of Students With Disabilities Identify and Head Off Special Education Disputes and Litigation: Best Practices for Administrators
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Identify and Address the Harassment and Bullying of Students With Disabilities Identify and Head Off Special Education Disputes and Litigation: Best Practices for Administrators
Special educators must be especially vigilant when it comes to recognizing and promptly responding to the bullying and harassment of students with disabilities in order to head off negative outcomes for administrators, staff and, most importantly, the students. Often times, subtle signs point to potential trouble spots in a district’s special education program and interactions with parents.
   
 
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